Ronald Acua Jr. scored goals to guarantee the Braves' first-place finish in the National League, making history as the first MLB player to join the 40-70 club.

Last month, Ronald Acua Jr. became the first player in MLB history to hit 30 home runs and steal 60 bases. Then, last week, he made the 40-60 club. 

You might already know where this is going.The Atlanta Braves star stole his 70th base of the season in the 10th inning against 

the Chicago Cubs. He became the first player in MLB history to have a 40-70 season.Acua got on base with a single to the opposite field that tied the game.

and scored the extra-innings runner. He stole the bag on the next pitch, then celebrated by pulling second base out of the ground and holding it above his head as Braves fans 

gave him a standing ovation:The moment stopped a tense situation for the Cubs, 

who are currently fighting for their lives in the playoff race and are now tied with the Miami Marlins for the third NL wild-card place.  

The team only had itself to blame, though, since they blew leads in the bottom of the eighth and ninth innings, just one day after Seiya Suzuki's mistake that cost them the game. 

The next batter, Ozzie Albies, ended the game with a line-drive single to right on the next pitch, giving his team a 6-5 walk-off win. 

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