5-at-10: Braves resemble Major League memory, Suns roll, More ESPN drama

Atlanta Braves' Orlando Arcia, right, celebrates with Kevan Smith as he returns to the dugout after hitting a solo home run off Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Chad Kuhl during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Pittsburgh, Tuesday, July 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

One bleepin' run

There's a great scene in Major League - well there are a lot of them actually - in which Harry Doyle (Bob Uecker) is going through the box score and utters, "The Indians got one hit. (brief pause) That's all we got was one (bleep bleep) hit."

His sidekick covers Harry's mic and whispers, "You can't say (bleep bleep) on the air."

Doyle responds, "Don't worry, nobody is listening anyway."

Yeah, that should be the concern of the Braves brass right about now as the boys from the A-T-L limp into the All-Star break.

For the second day in a row, all the Braves could manage against a team with the third-worst ERA in the National League was one run - cue Harry, "That's all we got was one (bleep bleep) run."