Braves made an incredible comeback to win 5-4 against the Phillies in Game 2 on Monday night 

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It was really emotional, especially the way we came back," said Braves catcher Travis d’Arnaud 

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Many Braves fans probably felt the same way after a roller coaster of emotions 

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The feeling of helplessness from Saturday's Game 1 loss continued into Game 2 

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Meanwhile, Philadelphia had a big lead going into the sixth inning 

This was only the third time in Braves history that a player hit a go-ahead homer in the eighth inning or later in a postseason game 

This comeback was familiar territory for the Braves, who had a strong track record of winning games  

Despite Zack Wheeler's dominant performance, the Braves managed to make a stunning comeback 

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and Travis d’Arnaud's two-run homer was a turning point in the game. 

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The Braves also benefited from the speed and hustle of Ronald Acuña Jr., who helped ignite the crowd with a daring baserunning play. 

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Overall, this game was a testament to the Braves' resilience and their ability to come back from adversity 

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It was a matter of time before their powerful lineup delivered, and it did just that in an unforgettable playoff game."

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