Atlanta Braves left-hander Kolby Allard left Sunday’s begin towards the visiting Chicago White Sox after 1 2/3 innings with what the staff referred to as left shoulder tightness
Allard surrendered 4 runs within the second inning, two on a homer by Jake Burger, earlier than exiting after back-to-back RBI singles by Tim Anderson and Luis Robert Jr.
Allard, 25, was making his fourth look of the season and third begin. He entered the sport with no choices, and the 4 runs raised his ERA from 4.22 to six.57 in 12 1/3 innings.
Collin McHugh changed Allard and received a line-drive out off the bat of pinch hitter Gavin Sheets to finish the inning with runners on first and third.
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