Atlanta's Freddie Freeman hits a three-run home run in the third inning against the Diamondbacks. Combined with his HR Saturday, Freeman has homered in consecutive games twice this season.
Arizona relief pitcher Will Harris shows his frustration in the dugout during the eighth inning. The D-backs haven't gotten a win from their rotation in 22 games.
ATLANTA - Freddie Freeman loved watching Jason Heyward slide hard into second base to break up a double play in the third inning.
Atlanta's Jason Heyward pats former teammate Martin Prado on the back after hitting a double in the first inning.
Diamondbacks reliever Tony Sipp talks with catcher Miguel Montero after giving up an RBI double to Dan Uggla in the eighth. Sipp was charged with three runs in one-third of an inning.
ATLANTA - People like to say the Atlanta Braves live and die by the home run.
After the Braves retired Chipper Jones' number, Julio Teheran went out and pitched six strong innings for the victory.
ATLANTA - Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez didn't want his team to have any hiccups following Chipper Jones' big celebration at Turner Field.
Evan Gattis, center, celebrates with teammates after a grand slam Wednesday against Minnesota. "What does he have to fear?" said Atlanta pitcher Kris Medlen. "He's been through a lot. That only helps him out."
ATLANTA - As Evan Gattis was rounding the bases, soaking up the cheers from his first grand slam, he noticed the song blaring triumphantly from the speakers at Turner Field.
Shortstop Didi Gregorius had a two-run single and nice defensive plays behind Patrick Corbin to help the D-backs end a three-game losing skid.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Diamondbacks scored their only runs with the help of an infield double.
Justin Upton leaves Arizona to join his brother in Atlanta. He said the two haven't been on a team together since high school.
PHOENIX - Justin Upton is joining older brother B.J. Upton in a new-look Braves outfield he expects to be called the best in baseball.
ATLANTA - Looking at the Braves' schedule before the All-Star break, manager Fredi Gonzalez said it was time for Atlanta's starting pitchers to reel off a string of quality outings.
PHOENIX - Freddie Freeman and Mike Minor almost made it look easy.