Atlanta Braves outfielder Joc Pederson will play his third World Series in four years when the first game kicks off Tuesday night against the Houston Astros.
Pederson was with the Los Angeles Dodgers when he appeared in the 2018 World Series and won with the Dodgers last season in the 2020 World Series. He was asked on Monday night what the Braves need to do to win their first championship. since 1995 and has offered wise advice.
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“Scores more points than the other team,” Pederson said, via Illustrated sports.
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The Braves acquired Pederson from the Chicago Cubs midway through the season. He was part of the Braves’ wheel and business after Ronald Acuna Jr. suffered a knee injury that ended the season. Not only did Atlanta trade for Pederson, they also had Eddie Rosario and Adam Duvall.
Since joining Atlanta, Pederson has beaten .249 with a .752 OPS, seven homers and 22 RBIs.
MLB.com noted that if Pederson won the World Series with the Braves, he would be the ninth all-time MLB player to win two World Series in consecutive seasons with two different teams. Ben Zobrist, Jake Peavy, Ryan Theriot, Jack Morris, Don Gullett, Bill Skowron, Clem Labine and Allie Clark are the others.
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The Braves and Astros play Game 1 Tuesday night at 8:09 p.m. ET.