Ronald Acuna leaves game early with hamstring tightness

Credit: Matt Slocum

Credit: Matt Slocum

There was one negative of the Braves’ 10-run second inning Sunday night in Philadelphia.

Outfielder Ronald Acuna left the game as a precaution with right hamstring tightness. Ender Inciarte replaced him in center field to start the bottom of the second. The Braves went on to win the offensive marathon, 12-10.

Acuna suffered the injury while in the outfield, manager Brian Snitker said after the game. He drew a five-pitch walk and scored in the second inning, when the Braves exploded for 10 runs.

“We’ll see tomorrow,” Snitker said. “We have to get on a plane (to Boston) now. We’ll see how he feels when he gets to the ballpark tomorrow.”

Acuna recently returned from the injured list after missing time with right-wrist inflammation. He’s hitting .266 with five homers and 10 RBIs this season.