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Freddie Freeman put Atlanta ahead 2-0 with a two-run homer in the first, then Bautista followed with a double off the center field wall, thrilling a crowd of 41,807 on hand to see the division-leading Baby Braves following a stellar road trip. That’s the most fans since the Braves opened their new park last season.

Stratton (3-2) gave up six hits, three runs and two walks and struck out six to recover from a 15-6 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers in his previous start. He mostly shut down the Braves, who began the night in first place in the NL East and leading the majors in slugging percentage.

Foltynewicz endured the worst of his six starts this season, allowing nine hits, six runs, two walks and striking out four in five innings. It marked the first time since last August against Seattle that gave up more than three runs in a start.


Bautista, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Gwinnett, went 1 for 4 with two strikeouts in his Atlanta debut. He was playing his first game of the season after remaining unsigned until mid-April amid a historically slow free agent market.

Giants: RHP Mark Melancon will throw his first bullpen of the season on Saturday. The oft-injured closer has been on the disabled list since the start of the season with a right elbow flexor strain. He had a stem cell injection on April 12. … OF Mac Williamson is eligible to come off the seven-day concussion disabled list Saturday, but Bochy said he has a virus and might not be ready.

Braves: SS Dansby Swanson was placed on the 10-day disabled list with left wrist inflammation. Swanson was removed from Wednesday’s game at the New York Mets in the sixth inning and did not play in Thursday’s trip finale. He is hitting .298 with two homers and 13 RBIs but just .171 in his last 35 at-bats.

”I always feel good when he’s out there,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. ”It seems like he’s got a lot of magic when he walks up there. I don’t know if I expect him to hit a homer but I know I like seeing him in the box in a high leverage spot and he delivered again.”

Ohtani homered on an inside fastball in the second inning but left after trying to beat out a groundball in the fifth. He awkwardly avoided a possible collision with Yankees first baseman Neil Walker on the play. He’s listed as day to day with a mild left ankle sprain. He was receiving treatment after the game and will be re-evaluated Saturday.

Ohtani homered on a 97 mph fastball from Luis Severino to give the Angels a 1-0 lead. He was the designated hitter and batted fifth in the lineup for the first time this season. Ohtani is not scheduled to make his next start on the mound until Tuesday. The ankle injury could change that.

Ohtani hit a broken-bat groundout in the fifth inning and partially ran into Walker at first base. Twice, as he was running back to the Angels dugout, he put up his hand to apologize and make sure Walker was OK. Ohtani didn’t show any visible signs of an injury when running back to the dugout.

Walker, who had been struggling at the plate, was robbed of a three-run homer by Kole Calhoun in right field in the sixth inning, but his sacrifice fly scored Gregorius for a 2-1 lead before Calhoun doubled up Stanton at second. It was the second defensive gem made by Calhoun. Earlier in the game, he made a diving catch to rob Gleyber Torres of a hit.

Yankees: INF Brandon Drury (severe migraines) played in his second game on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. He was 2 for 3 with one run. There is no set plan yet on when he’ll return. … OF Clint Frazier (concussion symptoms) was 0 for 4 with two strikeouts and drew one walk in his second consecutive rehab game at Class A Tampa.

A one-run lead was all the Brewers needed with Hader (2-0) on the mound, throwing for the first time since May 14. The well-rested left-hander got the final out of the seventh, struck out the side in a 1-2-3 eighth and struck out the side again in the ninth after giving up a lead-off walk.

The Twins’ best chance to score off Milwaukee’s bullpen came in the sixth when Logan Morrison led off with a double against Dan Jennings. With nobody out and Robbie Grossman at the plate, Jennings stepped off the mound and fired to shortstop Orlando Arcia, who snuck behind Morrison and tagged him out for the pickoff.

Twins: 1B Joe Mauer was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a cervical strain and concussion-like symptoms before Saturday’s game. Mauer was removed from Friday’s game with neck stiffness but was later revealed to have ”balance issues and light sensitivity.” . 3B Miguel Sano (left hamstring) began a minor-league rehab assignment Saturday with ”tentative” hopes of returning for the Twins’ trip.

Brewers: RHP Zach Davies (rotator cuff inflammation) made a rehab start with Milwaukee’s Single-A affiliate, allowing no runs and striking out nine in 4 2/3 innings. Counsell said the team would evaluate Davies’ next step after his bullpen session on Monday.