(Picture : Kevin C. Cox/Getty Photos) ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Matt Olson (#28) of the Atlanta Braves pops out to Tyler O’Neill (#27) of the St. Louis Cardinals to finish the seventh inning at Truist Park on September 05, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Atlanta Braves first baseman Matt Olson is about to make franchise historical past over the following few video games if he continues to hit house runs.

The 29-year-old tied the Braves franchise file for many house runs by a participant in a single season by hitting his 51st of the season throughout a 7-6, 10-inning win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday evening on the highway on the Residents Financial institution Park.

Olson had tied Braves nice Andruw Jones, who hit the identical variety of house runs throughout the 2005 season. 

With two weeks left within the season, the two-time MLB All-Star solely wants yet another house run over the following 17 video games to beat the file, and he might prolong it even additional with the numerous variety of video games remaining within the season.  

For context, Hank Aaron, who beforehand held the MLB file for many profession house runs for 33 years, didn’t hit greater than 50 homers in his taking part in profession. He spent 21 seasons with the Braves franchise.

Aaron’s highest single-season output was 45 house runs in 1962. 

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Atlanta Braves make Nationwide League historical past

Whereas Olson is on the verge of breaking a file, the group already broke one throughout the recreation.

The 2023 Braves at the moment are the group with extra house runs all through the season in Nationwide League historical past after scoring their 281st round-tripper within the fifth inning.

They surpassed the mark set by the 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers, which was 280.

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