Braves Put Max Fried and Cristian Pache on the Injured List

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ATLANTA (AP) – Atlanta Braves left-hander Max Fried has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a strained right hamstring after injuring himself while running the bases. Fried is off to a rocky start coming off a stellar 2020 season. Now he’s sidelined by a fluke injury in Tuesday night’s loss to the Miami Marlins. Fried tweaked his hamstring running from second to third on a wild pitch. The Braves also placed rookie outfielder Cristian Pache on the injured list with a strained left groin. Left-hander Tucker Davidson and outfielder Guillermo Heredia were called up from the alternate-training site to fill the openings.

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