Phils get rolling after Quinn’s 99.9 mph assist

ATLANTA — Roman Quinn won a game Sunday because he is one of the fastest players in baseball.

He helped the Phillies win on Monday night because he has one of the strongest arms in baseball.

The Phillies beat the Braves, 7-3, at Truist Park. It is their second consecutive win, which is something considering the way the weekend was headed against Los Angeles, and the fact the Braves pummeled the Phils in Atlanta the previous four seasons.

Philadelphia is now 10-22 (.313) at Truist Park since the beginning of 2018. The Phillies were swept in a four-game series at the end of ‘18, eliminating them from the postseason. They were swept in a three-game series at the end of ‘21, eliminating them from the postseason.

“We’re just trying to keep the momentum going from yesterday’s game,” Quinn said. “Keep riding this out these next three games, and then take it to the Mets when we get there.”

The Braves were primed to take the lead in the first inning when Marcell Ozuna singled to right-center field with a runner on second and one out. William Contreras was three steps from third base by the time Quinn fielded the ball. He was two steps past third by the time Quinn released the ball to throw home.

“That was an awesome throw,” Phillies ace Zack Wheeler said. “That was big for us.”

Quinn, who scored the winning run from second base…

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