6. Game ending play at the plate against the D-Backs on the road
After going back and forth all game, the Braves took a 5-3 lead in the top of the 10th against the Diamondbacks.
Brian Snitker turned to AJ Minter to close out the game, and things immediately got dicey. The Braves lefty walked the leadoff hitter, and after striking out Ketel Marte, Nick Ahmed reached on a single.
Minter would then throw a wild pitch to put runners on 2nd and 3rd but would get Chris Owings to ground out without the runners advancing. A.J. Pollock came up as the D-Backs' last hope and on the very first pitch, looked like he had tied things with a single up the middle.
Out of nowhere, Swanson was able to make a diving stop and quickly threw home to get Ahmed at the plate to end the game.
5. Swanson finishes the rally against the Fish
A few months before making a game-ending play on the defensive side, he called game on the offensive side.
The Braves came into the 9th down 9-4, and after a Ronald Acuña Jr. sac fly, the Braves were still down four with only one out to play with. Somehow, after a barrage of singles and walks, Dansby Swanson came up to the plate with the Braves down one.
On a 2-2 count, Dansby laced this game ender to left and completed the comeback.