Game highlights and sound from starting pitcher Mike Foltynewicz available for download now
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (March 13, 2015) – The Atlanta Braves continued a busy week of spring training baseball at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex with a 12-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Friday, March 13.
Making his second start of the spring, pitcher Mike Foltynewicz allowed five runs (one earned) and retired just two Tigers before he was relieved. Tigers’ centerfielder Anthony Gose tripled to start the game and scored on a ground out off the bat of designated hitter Jose Iglesias. Catcher James McCann and second baseman Josh Wilson both delivered RBI singles in the inning, giving the Tigers an early 5-0 advantage. Tigers’ starter Shane Greene threw three innings of hitless baseball in his second appearance of the spring. The Braves scored two runs in the seventh on a sacrifice fly by left fielder Zoilo Almonte and an RBI single by right fielder Cedric Hunter.
Country music artist Scotty McCreery, who won season 10 of American Idol, sang ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame’ during the seventh inning stretch.
Video and sound of McCreery is available for download with game highlights via the Relay link below and on DisneySportsNews.com.
This is the final video feed from Atlanta Braves spring training that will be provided for media use by Disney Sports this spring. Each of three video feeds includes game highlights and player interviews, and is available for download at www.DisneySportsNews.com. The list of games includes:
|Wed., March 4||1:05 p.m.||New York Mets||http://tinyurl.com/pkfjbwsGame b-roll and sound|
|Friday, March 6||1:05 p.m.||Washington Nationals||http://tinyurl.com/ogycfyhGame b-roll and sound|
|Friday, March 13||1:05 p.m.||Detroit Tigers||http://tinyurl.com/oxp2dwm
Game b-roll and sound
The Braves are back in action on Saturday evening against the Houston Astros, as they will play their first of four night games at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex this season.
NOTE: Media are allowed to view and shoot workouts, and interview players during designated media interview times. For additional information and to apply for media credentials, please contact Adrienne Midgley in the Braves Media Relations Department at Adrienne.Midgley@braves.com.