Atlanta Braves, Houston Astros finalize rosters prior to Game 1 of World Series

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Before Tuesday's World Series opener against Houston Astros, the Atlanta Braves have added right-hander Kyle Wright to their roster. Right-hander Jacob Webb was also added. Infielder Johan Camargo was also dropped.

Houston added Marwin Gonzalez to its roster and Jake Meyers was removed.

Wright has not appeared in a major league game since June 23. Wright, 26, pitched seven innings against Jacksonville on Oct. 2. In two major league games, he was 0-1 and had a 9.95 ERA. He was also 10-5 in Gwinnett's 24 starts with a 3.02 ERA.

Wright was a starter in two of the 2020 playoffs. He threw six scoreless innings against Miami in Game 3 to win the National League Division Series. He also allowed seven runs and only two outs to lose to the Los Angeles Dodgers Game 3 to the National League Championship Series.

Gore was on the roster against Milwaukee for the NLDS and made one appearance in pinch running for Joc Pederson Game 2.

Gonzalez, who was a part of Houston's 2017 World Series winning team, has not been in action since Oct. 3, 2017. After being released from Boston, Gonzalez was signed by the Astros in August. He reached.176 in 34 games.

Meyers was hurt when he crashed into a wall in Game 4 of the American League Division Series, Oct. 12, and has not been seen since.


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