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Braves fans ready for Game 2 of NLDS

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Contrary to popular opinion, the winner of the National League Division Series need the best-of-five games to win. That means Friday night's game between the Atlanta Braves and L.A. Dodgers is still going ahead as scheduled.

Fans are hoping that Game 2 isn't a repeat of Thursday night's game which had the Braves fall 6-1 to the Dodgers. Despite that setback, Braves fans are still hopeful their team can make it.

Fans Thursday chopped their way through the game and promise to do so again Friday. First pitch is at 6:07 a.m. For more on what you need to know if you're going to the game click here.

Click here to see an interview with B.o.B. who will performed during the pre-game festivities Friday.

Click on the video above for the full report from All News 106.7's Carolyn Ryan

For more coverage of the Braves Postseason click here

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