Acuña becomes first 40-70 player, Albies lifts Braves over Cubs 6-5 in 10 innings

Ronald Acuña Jr. achieved a unique milestone, entering the 40-70 club in MLB.

He previously joined the 30-60 club, showcasing exceptional home runs and stolen bases.

Acuña stole his 70th base during a game against the Chicago Cubs in extra innings.

This made him the first MLB player ever to have a 40-70 season.

Acuña's stolen base played a crucial role in tying the game and thrilling Braves fans.

The Cubs faced playoff pressure but squandered leads in the eighth and ninth innings.

Ozzie Albies secured a walk-off win with a single, sealing a 6-5 victory for the Braves.