- The Braves’ nine-game win streak ended Monday with a 5-1 loss to the Yankees. The Braves outscored their opponents 58-25 during their run. Their plus-88 run differential overall ranks fourth in the National League behind the Dodgers (plus-204), Giants (plus-142) and Brewers (plus-117).
- Entering Tuesday, the Braves haven’t lost consecutive games since July 17. They’re the only team to avoid consecutive defeats over that stretch (24-11).
- Despite sweeping the Orioles over the weekend, the Braves are only 6-13 in interleague play this season. That’s the fifth worst interleague record in baseball, with the only worse results belonging to struggling teams (Cubs, Rangers, Marlins and Diamondbacks). The Braves also are 1-8 against American League opponents at Truist Park. Tuesday’s game against the Yankees is their final interleague contest this season.