Wednesday was the best offensive night in Braves history.
The Braves scored a franchise-record 29 runs on 19 hits, obliterating the Marlins 29-9 at Truist Park. They avoided a sweep with the victory.
It was the 20th time an MLB team scored 25 or more runs in a game. It was the fourth time a team scored at least 29 runs, and the first time a National League team did so. The Braves' Atlanta-era record was 20; their franchise record was 23. They hit seven homers, which fell one shy of the franchise high.
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