Look: Police officer seemingly tries to arrest Braves reliever during parade

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By , Audacy Sports

Atlanta Braves relief pitcher Tyler Matzek was a crucial cog during the team's World Series run, but apparently has a little ways to go before he's a recognizable face in Georgia.

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During the team's World Series victory parade Friday afternoon, a police officer mistook Matzek for a fan who had crashed the parade route, and was seemingly prepared to handcuff him:

Fortunately, a longer video shows that the cop was eventually told who Matzek was, and the 31-year-old reliever was allowed to continue on in the parade:

In 13 games for the Braves this postseason, Matzek picked up three victories and posted a 1.72 ERA.

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