Mark Bradley: It took Kyle Wright a while, but he’s delivering now | Sports

Mark Bradley: It took Kyle Wright a while, but he's delivering now | Sports
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On the day Kyle Wright was introduced to the Atlanta audience, Braves general manager John Coppolella said of the 2017 draft’s No. 5 pick: “He could start a playoff game for us.”

In 2020, Wright started Game 3 of the NLDS. He went six scoreless innings. It was his 13th big-league start. He’d made it to the majors 15 months after being drafted, but he hadn’t managed to stick around. Only at the end of the COVID-shortened 60-game season had he given reason enough to stay on the big-league roster, and by then the Braves were desperate.

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