Camargo replaces injured Duvall on Braves' NLCS roster
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The Atlanta Braves won't have outfielder Adam Duvall for the remainder of the postseason after he injured his oblique during Game 1 of the National League Championship Series on Monday.

The Braves filled his spot on the NLCS roster with infielder Johan Camargo, the team announced Tuesday.

Duvall strained his left oblique during a second-inning at-bat, which he could not complete.


If the Braves advance to the World Series, Duvall won't be eligible to participate.

The 32-year-old outfielder had an .833 OPS with 16 home runs and 33 RBIs for the Braves during the regular season, but was just 2-for-20 in the playoffs.

Camargo, 26, hasn't appeared in a game for Atlanta this postseason after slashing .200/.244/.367 in 35 regular-season contests.

Camargo replaces injured Duvall on Braves' NLCS roster
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