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Down 4-1 in the bottom of the seventh, the Braves erupted for five runs and eventually pulled out a 6-5 win. It was their 35th comeback win of the season.With each big comeback, that undeniable tone of Opening Day echoes."It kind of sparked the whole thing, like, ‘Hey, we're here. We can do this," shortstop Dansby Swanson said. "Not that we ever had the doubt before, but... seeing it happen just kind of like thrust us onto the right path."Though he appreciates the resilience, manager Brian Snitker is among those who have come to expect it."When they get down, they're not down," he said. "It's really good to see, it's really great to watch MLB the show stubs . It's good to see that quiet calmness that they have in the dugout, the belief in themselves that they have in the dugout, the belief that they have in one another, and how they kind of like going to battle together."Snitker also takes no credit for that resilience.


Besides, there's not much he can do or say to motivate a self-motivating group, even when things go sideways. There have been very few times this season when he has had to speak up in the clubhouse."It can't be forced or it can't be faked because they'll see right through that," he said. "If you're not speaking from the heart and from your gut, these guys call bulls— with the best of them." Stepping upWhile there were big contributions from those who you'd expect to offer big contributions in that tone-setting Opening Day win, there were also some pleasant surprises. One of the biggest was Preston Tucker's game-tying single in the eighth inning, which started a trend of role MLB The Show 19 players coming up big when called upon to produce.Tucker, who occupied left field for much of the first month as the team awaited the arrival of Acuna, credits the Braves' front office for assembling a team with such depth."We had a bunch of guys who, if we needed to replace somebody or we needed somebody to pinch hit or step in, I feel like they felt like they were going to contribute to the same level as some of the everyday guys," said Tucker, who continued the trend in the early weeks with a number of big hits, including three-run homers off the Nationals' Max Scherzer and the Cubs' Yu Darvish.There was Ryan Flaherty, who manned third base while Johan Camargo healed from a spring training injury and then led the NL in hitting for a chunk of April."It's really been a unique year in the sense of where we've gotten the production from... when other guys weren't going (well) and other guys were, which is the sign of a good team," Flaherty said.And how about Charlie Culberson, who made the most of his playing time as a fill-in and provided two walkoff homers and a slew of other big hits? There's that theme again."Preston Tucker and Ryan Flaherty, you could argue, were MVPs of our team in April," Freeman said. "We've had so many guys get us to this point.... It seems like every month there's a new guy who comes in and helps us win two or three games, and that's all you need during the year."

MORE: The inside story of the forgotten 'It's a Long Way to October'It's one thing for someone to come up big in a fill-in role a couple of times a season, but for seemingly everyone to shine when given the opportunity? That doesn't happen often.So what has been the Braves' secret? While the question generates the usual cliches around the clubhouse, MLB The Show 19 players also cite an X-factor: the confidence of their manager."Even if a guy fails... he'll throw them right back into that situation, telling them, basically, ‘Hey, I trust that you can do this and I'm gonna ride it out until you get it done," Tucker said of Snitker. "Knowing that you have that opportunity to fail is huge, and it usually pays off more times than not."Stepping up isn't just limited to youngsters and role MLB The Show 19 players, though. It can come from a bullpen guy getting a big out or earning a spot save. It can also come in the form of non-surprise surprises.Markakis fits that latter category. Just as his Opening Day homer wasn't exactly expected, his resurgent 2018 season has been much the same; the 13-year veteran earned his first All-Star selection after a first half that saw him produce big hits seemingly every night.Another non-surprise surprise has been Acuna. Nobody doubted his ability to contribute quickly, but he turned into a superstar — and arguably the second-half team MVP — before he reached 100 games."You don't surprise anybody anymore. When those guys come up, there's already video on them," Snitker said. "There's already things that the opposition is plotting to attack them with, so you never really know how they're going to adjust to all that.... To his credit, he did it in a hurry."Just another example of things breaking right in 2018."It takes a combination of a bunch of different people," Markakis said. "Everybody's done their job.


Everybody's done what they're supposed to when they come up, filling in, and it's been fun to watch MLB the show stubs , especially as young as these guys are coming up. It's fun to be a part of and it's exciting."Bucking expectationsFive-run leads aren't insurmountable, but nobody watching on Opening Day expected the Braves to overcome one. Likewise, nobody expected the Braves to win the division, yet here we are."I really thought we had a good chance of playing meaningful games in September," Freeman said. "I don't know if we were going to be going for a wild card, division, anything.
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