The Braves just clinched their sixth-straight division with a win against the Phillies. With two-and-a-half weeks to go in the season, the team will now have plenty of time to get things in order for the playoffs.
While some of the Braves have been with the team since the run began back in 2018, others are going to the playoffs for the first time.
Here are some sights and sounds from the division clincher.
The sights and sounds from the Atlanta Braves sixth-straight division title
The final out
After an excellent outing from Spencer Strider, the Braves went with Brad Hand and Kirby Yates to close out the final two innings of a 4-1 game. They did not falter. After a bit of a battle from Brandon Marsh, Yates got Marsh to whiff at this splitter to seal the deal.
Of course, clinching in your rival's park is booing is expected, and Ronald Acuña Jr. relished in the Phillies' fans distain.
Brian Snitker on winning his sixth-straight division title
Is Brian Snitker the greatest manager in Braves history, one House That Hank Built contributor thinks so.
Brian Snitker remained humble on his sixth division title in his eight years of managing the Braves.
Matt Olson reacts
Matt Olson may have not broken Andruw Jones's franchise home run record tonight, but he was certaintly satisfied with checking off the division off this season's checklist.
What's a baseball celebration without champagne showers? Here are just a few shots:
Also, Orlando Arcia is a maniac and we love him.
Brian Snitker speaks to the team
"Enjoy this friggin night boys!"
Things only get more unhinged from here.