Braves fans down, but not out after loss to Phillies in NLDS game 3

Game 3 of the National League Division Series was a major disappointing loss for the Braves.

Early in the evening, excitement filled the air at a watch party at The Battery. Fans were riding a wave of optimism after the wild comeback in Game 2.

“I still get goosebumps thinking about it,” said Benny Martinez, who witnessed the Braves defeat the Phillies at Truist Park.

Despite the rainy weather on Wednesday, fans held onto hope that the momentum from Game 2 would carry over. They erupted in cheers when the Braves (1-2) scored.

However, the tide turned and the Phillies (2-1) came back strong.

Some fans developed superstitions in an attempt to bring luck to the Braves.

“I stopped watching in the 6th inning of the last game, and we came back to win. So, I have to stop watching now,” said Thomas Whitmire as he packed up his chair to leave.

As the night wore on, the rain intensified, the temperature dropped, and with it, the hope that the Braves would secure a victory in Game 3.

Many fans departed, leaving only a small group to witness the game’s conclusion. Tara Lawton and Beau Johnson were among the last to leave.

“You have to believe. They’re the best team in baseball, they should have won,” said Tara Lawton.

“I like our chances tomorrow, let’s bring it home,” added Beau Johnson.

Game 4 is scheduled for Thursday at 6:07 p.m. in Philadelphia.


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