Atlanta, GA (Sports Network) - Jason Heyward and Martin Prado each drove in a
run and the Braves pitching staff blanked the New York Mets, 2-0, to win the
second edition of a three-game set.
Mike Minor (11-10) was nearly untouchable for the Braves. He gave up just
three hits over 6 1/3 innings while striking out four. Minor won for the
fourth time this month and has given up just three runs over his last five
starts. He's won five straight decisions.
After putting two runners on, Craig Kimbrel struck out pinch-hitter Ike Davis
and Lucas Duda to earn his 41st save of the season.
Chris Young (4-9) was once again charged with the loss despite tossing his
fourth straight quality start. He pitched six strong innings, but gave up two
runs on seven hits. He struck out six.
Chipper Jones, who is playing his final regular season games at Turner Field,
once again went 0-for-4.
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