Caray: Fried could be Game 2 starter

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Postseason play for the Atlanta Braves begins next Thursday, October 3. However, their NLDS opponent, either the St. Louis Cardinals or Milwaukee Brewers, has yet to be determined.

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Another thing that remains undetermined for the Braves is their playoff starting rotation. 

"I think Dallas Keuchel is going to be your Game 1 starter," Caray said.

"He's been there. He's won a Cy Young. He's pitched in playoffs. He's pitched in the World Series before. Big moments are what this guy's built for."

When it comes to who will pitch Game 2, Caray said that's a coin flip. He's much more confident when it comes to who he thinks pitches Game 3.

"My guess is Mike Soroka would start Game 3 on the road," Caray continued. He noted Soroka's numbers, 7-1 on the road with a good ERA in those games.

Caray's guess when it comes to who pitches Game 2 may come as a surprise.

"Keuchel, one. I'm guessing (Max) Fried, two. Soroka, three and (Mike) Foltynewicz, four. But that's just a guess, and whatever answers the Braves have, they're keeping close to the vest. Quite obviously, they're not going to tell schlubs like me until I need to know."