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These two months have been unlucky for Ozzie Albies.
On June 13, the Atlanta Braves infielder fractured his foot on a swing that caused him to miss more than three months.
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The Braves took him off the 60-day injured list Friday night, but 24 hours later he broke his little finger.
The injury happened as he slid to second base in the fourth inning – he was replaced by Vaughn Grissom.
Albies played his 64th game on Saturday, and although he missed a lot of time, he didn’t play to his All Star double CV.
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The 25-year-old is recording career lows in just about every category, playing with a slant line of just 0.244/0.288/0.407.
The Braves have been virtually unstoppable since June 1 despite an injured and bad Albies. Since early June, they are 66-28 and have erased a 10.5 game deficit in the NL East behind the New York Mets.
They took the lead on Sept. 9 by half a game, but entering Saturday trailed by a game.
The Braves won the World Series last year without Ronald Acuna Jr., who is a far superior player to Albies, who has two Silver Slugger Awards under his belt.
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Albies will likely miss the rest of the regular season, but could return for playoff ball.