In home games, the Braves have hit .282/.363/.466.
In road games, they’ve hit .214/.271/.325.
Their home OPS is fourth in the league behind the Rockies, Dodgers, and DBacks — two teams who play in extreme hitter’s parks, and one team with an offense that’s been lights-out this season. On the road, their OPS ranks last.
Sweep! The Braves got all their runs in the first three innings — one in the first on a fielder’s choice, three in the third on a sac fly and two singles — and held on from there. Chipper, who walked twice and scored one, came up lame running home on that…