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null Mike Soroka and Austin Riley might have been the stories of the day in .The two Braves youngsters were integral parts of Atlanta’s 4-0 win over the Cardinals and it all started with Soroka. The 21-year-old Canadian tossed seven scoreless innings, allowing three hits and three walks while striking out three.St. Louis came into the game with the third-most runs in and it scored 14 in a victory Tuesday over Atlanta. But Soroka was wonderful throughout the night, keeping the Cardinals off-balance with a great mix of sinkers and change-ups.Mike Soroka keeps making baseball look easy.pic.twitter.com/R8L4XqK6R9— Sporting News (@sn_mlb) May 16, 2019The 2015 first-round pick was great, but he got a lot of help from another player selected 13 picks behind him in the same draft.Austin Riley was called up Wednesday to make his debut with the Braves and he hit a 438-foot homer hours later.Austin Riley’s first # homer was a no-doubter:Exit velocity: 109 mphDistance: 438 feetFollow/Watch live as the #Braves host the #STLCards: https://t.co/YBWORrB0A9 pic.twitter.com/vnLBey1Kwr— Pipeline (@Pipeline) May 16, 2019The 2015 draft looks like a pretty good one for Atlanta.Studs of the NightGleyber Torres had a great day at the plate for the Yankees going 3 for 8 with three home runs over two games of a doubleheader. New York beat the Orioles 5-3 and 3-1.Justin Verlander gave up two hits and one run while striking out nine in seven innings in the Astros’ 5-1 win over the Tigers. Houston has won eight games in a row.Seven Rays pitchers combined to shut out the Marlins in a 1-0 win. Tampa Bay hurlers struck out 12 batters in the game.Dud of the NightBlue Jays outfielder Teoscar Hernandez went 0 for 4 with four strikeouts in Toronto’s 4-3 loss to the Giants.HighlightRed Sox rookie Michael Chavis just keeps doing good things for Boston. His walk-off single helped the Red Sox drop the Rockies 6-5.AND THE #REDSOX WIN ON THE BACK OF A MICHAEL CHAVIS WALK-OFF! pic.twitter.com/fQPnsXUmEF— Red Sox on CLNS (@RedSoxCLNS) May 16, 2019What’s NextBrewers (26-19) at Phillies (24-18), 1:05 p.m. ET — It’s the battle of the Zach’s as Zach Davis (4-0, 1.54 ERA) takes on Zach Eflin (5-3, 2.47) in Philadelphia. Milwaukee beat Philadelphia 5-2 on Wednesday and will look for their third straight win over the Phillies on Thursday.