Adam Duvall hopes to break out of early-season slump as Marlins face his former team

ATLANTA — As Adam Duvall made his way into Truist Park, a sense of euphoria rushed over him. “There are some good memories that I’ve had here,” Duvall said. “Just kind of reliving those a little bit as I was walking in. It’s good to be back.” Duvall’s two-plus seasons in Atlanta helped rejuvenate his career after being traded to the Braves midway through the 2018 season. He posted a .248 batting average, .307 on-base percentage and .545 slugging mark with 26 home runs and 52 RBI over 98 games in 2019 and 2020. His 16 home runs in the shortened 60-game season last year were tied for the seventh…

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