1. Jesse Biddle pitched a scoreless ninth inning in his major league debut to become the first Braves reliever to earn a win in his debut since Jed Bradley did it against the Phillies on Sept. 3, 2016. Biddle, 26, was a Phillies first-round draft pick in 2010 and has overcome multiple injuries in his career including Tommy John elbow surgeries. He's also the first Brave to make his MLB debut this season.
2. Julio Teheran pitched seven scoreless innings of four-hit ball to reduce his ERA to 2.23 in 19 starts against the Mets since his first full season in 2013. It's the second-lowest ERA against the Mets in that span among qualified starters behind only Max Scherzer (1.92). Teheran has allowed two earned runs or fewer in 17 of 20 career starts against the Mets, and in his past 11 starts against them he has a 1.70 ERA and at least six innings pitched in each game.