No slugfest, just 3-2 win — Braves’ 10th in 11 games

PHOENIX – After building a winning streak by pounding teams into submission, the surging Braves got back to winning in more traditional fashion Saturday night, with good pitching and just enough timely hits.

Tommy Hanson pitched seven strong innings and Dan Uggla hit a long, tie-breaking homer in a 3-2 win against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the 10th win in 11 games.

Braves pitchers retired the last 19 batters they faced, 13 by Hanson and three each by relievers Jonny Venters and closer Craig Kimbrel, who struck out everybody in the eighth and ninth innings.

“At the end of the year I think we’re going to be known for our pitching,” said manager Fredi Gonzalez, whose Braves led the majors in scoring before Saturday. “That’s what has been the constant here in the Atlanta Braves organization. I think at the end of the year that’s what we’re going to be known for.”

Uggla didn’t think his third-inning homer for a 3-2 lead would be the last run either team scored.

“I was hoping we were going to put more runs up, but it ended up being enough for Tommy and Jonny and Craig,” he said. “They picked us up tonight.”

The Braves have their second five-game winning streak of the young season and their fourth  consecutive series win since being swept by the Mets to start the season.

After racking up 54 hits and 42 runs in their previous four wins, they got it done Saturday with a mere six hits. It was only their third win decided by fewer than three runs and their second one-run win.

“It was big because we’ve been scoring a bunch of runs, and today we needed to rely on our pitching,” catcher Brian McCann said. “Tommy stepped up in a huge way, Jonny came in and made all his pitches, then Craig came in and shut the door.

“It was a great team win. I can’t say enough about the good things Tommy did today.”

Hanson (2-2) allowed five hits and two runs in seven innings, with one walk and seven strikeouts. It was the third consecutive quality start for the Braves, who’ll go for a four-game series sweep Sunday afternoon behind rookie Randall Delgado.

“There were a lot of runs early, then me and [Arizona starter] Joe [Saunders] shut it down, got comfortable and started making better pitches,” said Hanson, who allowed a single run in each of the first two innings, while Saunders gave up one run in each of the first three.

“I felt good. The balls were a little dry, so once I got a little sweat going and got a little better grip on my pitches, I settled in a little better and starting making some more quality pitches.”

Chipper Jones drew a bases-loaded walk to bring in the Braves’ first run in the first inning, Martin Prado had an RBI single in the second, and Uggla hit a first-pitch homer to left field with one out in the third inning to put the Braves ahead 3-2.

Uggla is only hitting .241 with two home runs, but has hit both homers in the past four days.

“It was just a matter of time before I could get the first one, then hopefully they start rolling in after that,” said Uggla, who hit at least 31 homers for the past five seasons, including a career-high 36 in 2011.

Of Saturday’s homer he said, “It was big. I’ve just been battling, working every day, trying to make sure I can get my timing and be as comfortable as I can. It’s been going OK.”

Hanson gave up a run on two hits in the first inning and a leadoff homer by Jason Kubel in the second. But soon after Uggla’s blast gave the Braves their third lead in as many innings, he settled in. He struck out Kubel with two on to end the third, beginning a stretch of 13 consecutive batters retired by Hanson.

The big redhead gave up four runs in seven innings of his last start Monday against the Mets, the Braves’ only loss in 11 games.

“I think we had a good game plan coming in here,” and we’ve been doing a good job with going out there and executing that,” Hanson said. “The last couple of games now I’ve felt good with my breaking pitches, and the last two starts my fastball command has been a lot better.”

Venters struck out the side in the eighth inning and Kimbrel did the same in the ninth to convert his fifth save and first since April 14.

“When we have the lead going in the later part of the game, we feel that game’s won,” McCann said. “And that’s a pretty cool feeling to have.”

Kimbrel gave up a run in the ninth inning of Friday’s 9-1 win, when the closer pitched only because he had been idle for five days and needed the work.

“It felt good coming out of the game giving the ball to Jonny and Craig,” Hanson said. “You saw how good they were tonight, and they’re always that good. So it’s comfortable, from my standpoint and the team’s standpoint, to know they’re going to go out and get the job done.”

92 comments Add your comment

LAXDawg

April 21st, 2012
10:36 pm

OMG!!!! First.

Big Lou

April 21st, 2012
10:41 pm

Kimbrel’s save didn’t count last night?

Josh

April 21st, 2012
10:45 pm

It was 9-0 at the time. It would have needed to be a 3 run game or less for him to be credited with a save

Garrett

April 21st, 2012
10:45 pm

Kimbrel’s appearance last night wasn’t a save situation, Big Lou.

Chris from the Rock

April 21st, 2012
10:52 pm

Break out the brooms! Ian Kennedy is a one-year wonder.

J-MAN

April 21st, 2012
10:52 pm

The only way a 9 run lead can be a save is if a relief pitcher pitches the final 3 innings.

quack quack

April 21st, 2012
10:59 pm

This is just too much fun!! Talk about being greedy, how many were upset last night when Kimbrel gave up a run to ruin the shut-out? GO BRAVES!!

JNick

April 21st, 2012
10:59 pm

Amazing end to the game…6 straight Ks by Venters/Kimbrel….

Lake James Brave

April 21st, 2012
11:01 pm

Bourn needs to have a long term contract with the Braves.

Mister Frisky

April 21st, 2012
11:03 pm

Now that’s Braves baseball.3 to 2, it was getting old scoring 10 runs a game.Tip of the cap to Hanson and the bully.

John

April 21st, 2012
11:09 pm

Great game. Both pitchers seemed to settle down at the same time. Good watchable game for a baseball fan, and a great game for a Braves fan. Hopefully Delgado can go more than 5 innings tomorrow. He has got to go deeper and mature in how he attacks batters. That is the only slight on him. He is young, that can only be learned with experience. He has such a bright future.

kral

April 21st, 2012
11:11 pm

where are the 0-4 bloggers….hiding I guess

John

April 21st, 2012
11:14 pm

They are about to complain because Heyward didn’t get a hit today. He must be a bust. It is so easy to complain and find fault but so few are capable of awarding praise when it is due kral.

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:14 pm

I agree John, he seems to nibble too much and try to strike guys out, instead of attacking guys and making them hit his pitches (up in the air or on the ground for outs).

Lake James Brave

April 21st, 2012
11:15 pm

John,

I agree with you. I look at Hanson and his maturity in the past few years he has worked hard to mentally get past “in game” stress

OldTimer

April 21st, 2012
11:15 pm

The only way a 9 run lead can be a save is if you’re wearing a Bosox cap. They sure could of used one today.

urban redneck

April 21st, 2012
11:16 pm

are you serious? not only did the dude do first, but he said omg? unless you’re a 14 year old girl, that is unacceptable.

great win for us.

we cannot afford bourn long-term. it’s gonna take all our extra money to keep mcann. he could easily go to the AL and sign a seven or eight year contract making 20+ annually. hopefully we’ll get a hometown discount because liberty won’t pay him 20 million a year.

John

April 21st, 2012
11:22 pm

I am not trying to start a debate of Delgado over JJ, but if Delgado is the odd man out when Hudson comes back. He has to go down. He cannot go to the pen. Joe Simpson said it better than I could ever have tonight, PITCHERS GOT TO PITCH.

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:23 pm

I dunno, McCann isn’t THAT good to command Pujols money…I think 15-16 a year would keep him. He’s already making what, 12-13 now? The only issue is what to do with stud prospect Christian Bethancourt….hard to ignore his defense and his oncoming offense. McCann has another 5, maybe 6 years behind the plate before he really breaks down (knees). With Chipper’s salary coming off the books, Braves could afford McCann (at a reasonable price) and Bourn (who will probably get 10 mil a year).

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:24 pm

John, if they would send Delgado to the pen, who’s the odd man out? Do they release Durbin or Hernandez?

Yes, Small Ball wins

April 21st, 2012
11:25 pm

It’s nice to see the run – I have been banging on Wren and Fredi for some time to play the game the right way. Dave Brundage is DOING IT!!! at Gwinnett – and the big leaguers are finally figuring it out – I know its not COOL for a big leaguer to have to play this way and may kill your stats or whatever, but you can actually win games this way. Still, a long season to go, and I have seen the Brves revert to the old GDP lead foot, poor AB, Cox style offense before…Nice to see, but the Jury is still out on the consistently, inconsistent Braves.

brianalford95

April 21st, 2012
11:27 pm

It is hard to imagine this is the same team that started 0-4. It is night and day.

John

April 21st, 2012
11:30 pm

Delgado better not go to the pen. He better stay in the rotation in the majors or go to AAA and start. HE IS A STARTER NOT A RELIEVER. And Durbin has been pitching well his last 2 outings. Properly used in 3+ run leads, by Fredi I might add.

John

April 21st, 2012
11:32 pm

I am not a professional baseballer nor are any of us, but maybe there is something to the idea of going from Florida weather to NY weather? I don’t know. And at this point who cares? They are rolling and yes there are going to be slumps and bad streaks, but it is a marathon and they are off to a nice steady pace for it right now.

Lake James Brave

April 21st, 2012
11:36 pm

I respect your comment on Bourn. I am just going to express my opinion each day until it happens….

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:37 pm

Yeah, Durbin is this year’s Linebrink – only used in big leads or big deficits….

Anyone notice that Flande is destroying AAA?

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:42 pm

John

April 21st, 2012
11:42 pm

I wouldn’t quite call Durbin Linbrink yet. He had a rough start, but he does have value for the moment. I will reserve the right to change my opinion and solidify it around Memorial Day. I do like the last to times he has been out there despite the large lead and the way he pitched. Again around Memorial Day I will reevaluate.

birddawgbill

April 21st, 2012
11:43 pm

I don’t see Delgado going to the pen. But I could see JJ going on the DL. Take a few days off to work on his stuff and then a rehab. As for money more than Chippers is coming off the books. Unless I’m mistaken Lowest and Hudsons will be gone too. That will be approximately 35 million. Figure in arb raises and then its probably about 28 to 30. Either way plenty to keep Mac and Bourne. I believe there is an option on Mac anyway. Option will be picked up and buy another year to see if Bethancourt is the real deal. Great situation for the Braves.

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:44 pm

@John, they could send Delgado to the ”pen and he’d still get to throw 5-6 innings every 5 days – every time Jurrjens goes out for his turn and gets knocked out after 3-4 innings :)

birddawgbill

April 21st, 2012
11:46 pm

I meant Lowes.

John

April 21st, 2012
11:46 pm

There is an option for McCann next year. And, I am speaking as a die hard Braves fan from when it was embarrassing to be one, McCann would be a fool to sign for less than 6 years. Maybe we can resign him, maybe not. That will be decided during the next season, so forgive me for sticking my fingers in my ears and and screaming lalalalla on that lol.

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:46 pm

I see the Braves bringing back Hudson for another year or two…I forgot about the $10 mil going to Lowe, still..but we have to start figuring in arbitration raises for Prado/Hanson/JJ and eventually Heyward/Freeman/Venters/Kimbrel too…hmm.

Yeah

April 21st, 2012
11:47 pm

More than 5 innings for Delgado? I gues you didn’t watch him go 7 last week and dominate? Don’t post unless you’re actually paying attention. Location isn’t great, but anyone that says that he’s not aggressive isn’t watching the game.

John

April 21st, 2012
11:47 pm

JNick, starting is a complete different mentality as well as physical chore on pitchers. You can’t just change that. Delgado is a starter. He has to stay a starter somewhere.

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:48 pm

Started typing before I read the rest of your post, birddawg :)

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:48 pm

I know John, I was saying that in jest :)

John

April 21st, 2012
11:49 pm

When did Delgado go 7? He has pitched 2 games. 10.1 total innings. WHAT GAME DID HE GO 7? Please tell and show us how smart you are?

John

April 21st, 2012
11:50 pm

Sorry sarcasm is hard to read. Plus I am watching the fights at the same time lol

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:52 pm

Uh, “Yeah” – so much for getting your facts straight….lol

JNick

April 21st, 2012
11:55 pm

Throwing 106 pitches in 5 1/3 innings isn’t being aggressive…it’s nibbling…

Mitch

April 21st, 2012
11:59 pm

Uh, yeah… guess he got Delgado mixed up with Beachy or Minor… since they look the same and are the same color and everything….???

John

April 22nd, 2012
12:00 am

JNick, It isn’t nibbling. That is the type of pitcher he is. He can mature, key word is MATURE, into a Glavineish type of pitcher. Delgado’s best pitch is his changeup. But like Glavine said when calling his last start. You have to dominate and command and pitch off of your fastball, while knowing that it is only setting them up for your best pitch. Show it for show. Delgado will learn that with experience. Don’t attack me for this, but I firmly believe that Ross should be catching him. He is a better game-caller and while losing a lot offensively, maturation of a really good pitcher could possibly offset that in the big scheme.

Ran Man

April 22nd, 2012
12:06 am

Ever since **the streak** ended a few years ago, the Braves have kept us on the edge of our seats with the end-of-the-season Wild Card drama. And although they were always in the mix at the end, they were just never hitting on all cylinders, and didn’t really instill a level of confidence that they were truly contenders. But this year?? Still early – but what a fun ride so far. The missing pieces from last year (McCann, Prado, Heyward, Uggla) are now THE pieces we expected them to be. And Mr. Jones has more than held up his end of the bargain as well. When do WS tickets go on sale??

JNick

April 22nd, 2012
12:09 am

Nope, I agree with you 100% that Ross should catch him. Actually a very good idea. A lot of young pitchers benefit from having a “personal catcher” like that. I call it nibbling because he seems to be afraid to go right at guys – and yeah, maybe it isn’t his style…but throwing 100 pitches in 5 innings won’t get you far :) he just seems to trust his stuff right now, and tries to be “too perfect” with his pitches, misses often with balls off the plate. I think it was Tim Hudson who spoke a while back about pitching to contact, instead of being afraid of hitters putting the ball in play – when he was younger, he said he nibbled too much and tried to strike guys out too often…but then he learned how to pitch…

JNick

April 22nd, 2012
12:10 am

Should say “not trust his stuff…”

John

April 22nd, 2012
12:13 am

Exactly. He is young. With every start he will do nothing but gain confidence in his abilities. He has such a bright future. It is going to be a joy to watch this kid grow and mature the next few years.

JNick

April 22nd, 2012
12:23 am

Yeah, he and Teheran, to go along with Minor and Beachy (and Gilmartin?)…going to be a good, young rotation for many years, I hope…

Wow

April 22nd, 2012
12:30 am

Wow, the people that are giving up on JJ are probably the same people giving up on the Braves after their 0-4 start. It’s been 3 starts! Forget about his last 4 seasons with the Braves, where he went 49-32 with an ERA around 3…let’s get rid of him because he’s struggled in 3 starts.

Would you rather be sending out an unprove Teheran? or Medlen? Please…

JNick

April 22nd, 2012
12:33 am

Actually, I would rather send out Medlen….he’s healthy and gets guys out.
JJ is a Boras client, he won’t be with the Braves much longer – some other team will overpay for him. Braves have plenty of good prospects in AA and AAA who will be ready to step up the next two years.

JNick

April 22nd, 2012
12:36 am

Sorry, I’ve just never been much of a JJ fan….he’s had flashes of goodness/borderline greatness, but just can’t seem to string it together. I’m sure he’s a nice guy and all, but..I’m a fan of the team going a different direction.

JNick

April 22nd, 2012
12:37 am

And for the record, I was on here continuing my support for the team after the 0-4 start….

Knox

April 22nd, 2012
12:49 am

it’d be great to keep Bourn & McCann for many years, but unless the Braves are $old to a committed owner soon, I don’t see both happening, mainly because these young players, most of which are going to be solid to great major-leaguers (Freeman, Beachy, Heyward, Hanson, Minor), are going to command a great amount of bread (through arbitration or extensions) that this mid-market team just doesn’t have.

Bobby Dews

April 22nd, 2012
1:05 am

Great win! I was in Vegas so I bet the braves would win and there would be 8 or more runs scored between the 2 teams….looks like the Braves did it all for me!

Bravo Uno

April 22nd, 2012
1:15 am

trade Jurrjens to the Red Sox !

Leave Delgado in the rotation !

Release Durbin !

ChopIsBack

April 22nd, 2012
1:23 am

JJ should be the odd man out at this point. Send him to the bullpen and release Durbin until JJ gets it together.

Ken Stallings

April 22nd, 2012
1:47 am

No question that the Braves are playing great right now. The nice thing is that Kimbrel was sharp as a tack despite getting some significant rest. Bullpen innings are way down and yet when needed, they still pitch great.

This formula over the last two weeks can win divisions. The great part is enough offense to get breathing room in enough games to rest the bullpen. If we can keep Kimbrell, Venters, and O’Flaherty healthy and fit through October then the Braves can do very well.

1eyedJack

April 22nd, 2012
2:35 am

If the world was perfect, it wouldn’t be.

myside

April 22nd, 2012
6:16 am

The folks who want JJ to go are probably the same ones who yelled for Prado’s head last season

Mark's for the Braves

April 22nd, 2012
7:01 am

Hanson back on track. Would love to see him have more command and cut down on his pitch count for a complete game. Need to get JJ going.

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rotomeister

April 22nd, 2012
7:55 am

Just one win was all we needed last September…., but I digress. It appears it took the Braves about four games in 2012 to put that behind them. While I still think we should have traded JJ for an upgrade in LF, the team is playing good baseball and it is fun to watch. Go Braves.

papawofboo

April 22nd, 2012
8:16 am

So great seeing the Braves win game with hitting and pitching. The start scared me but looks like the ship has been righted.

myside

April 22nd, 2012
8:18 am

Watching the Braves play now is a great thing to see but the first time they lose the stupid comments about how someone should be fired or traded will start again. Most of those comments will be made by folks who don’t know didley squat about baseball, or how it’s played. Negativity is their only outlook..

Tampa Gator

April 22nd, 2012
8:18 am

@myside….

And the same ones who probably booed Bourn and at the stadium last week. JJ is obviously not the same pitcher from the first half of last year. He no longer has consistent 90s velocity and consistent location. Something is physically wrong with him. That is obvious. Will he get back to normal? We will see. If Delgado pitches well today, then the pressure concerning JJ is on Freddy and the GM. But I am sure he will head to AAA no matter what happens when Huddy returns. JJ will be given the opportunity to get back to what he was, no doubt….and he deserves that opportunity….”Braves fans.”

longtimefan

April 22nd, 2012
9:44 am

JJ is not going on the DL and is not going to AAA. When healthy he has shown to be a front line starter. When Hudson comes back Delgado will go to AAA so he can pitch every 5. FW has got to see what JJ has got and hopefully he can regain the form he had the first half of last year. As the race heats up this summer ST will be a valuable commodity as it always is and FW will deal at least one of our plethora of talented arms for more prospects or to shore up a hole in the lineup(SS?). Currently JJs trade value is down and he needs to continue to pitch to show he still has it(or not), but putting him on DL or trying to trade him not are not good options. We have Minor, Hanson, Beachy, Hudson, Delgado and Teheran major league ready for 2013. Some advocate Medlen as a starter and I agree(so does Keith Law in his blog on ESPN). Gilmartin is coming on strong and could be ready next year or certainly by 2014. So we have the enviable problem of too much SP. I believe Wren is very savvy; when the time is right he will pull the trigger and deal. The braintust have a big board/spreadsheet going out multiple years with players salaries, arbitration years, player retirement, raises etc. They have a plan of who they want to reup vs let walk vs trade.
I really like McCann but Bethancourt might be a better long term solution. Can’t keep all the stars and pay them. The future for the Braves looks bright because FW has the smarts to not deplete the Farm in trades to do a quick fix or to pacify a few vocal ignorant fans- i’ll resist calling names this time. Look what Amaro, Philly GM, has done to the once bountiful Philly farm system. They are toast. Where the bloggers that picked them ahead of us( yes, US- I’m an unabashed, long time Braves fan). Sign me up for the WS.

wrong doing

April 22nd, 2012
10:03 am

Yeah JJ deserves to turn it around………….. maybe in the minors. Have you not watched him pitch? His fastball barely reaches 88 mph. He has no velocity. Hitters are feasting on his fastball. He has to be injured. I hate it as much as any Braves fan but facts are facts. I hate it because now he has no trade value. The Braves had a really good chance of landing a top notch player for him before he becomes a free agent. But now the Braves will be lucky to get much at all for him unless he somehow rediscovers his fastball. I truly hope he finds his old form because not only would it benefit the Braves but him as well.

scott brantley

April 22nd, 2012
10:48 am

me

April 22nd, 2012
10:55 am

Good morning guys, Please dont give up on JJ yet. He will find it. Be patient.

SCBravesFan

April 22nd, 2012
11:00 am

I’m not giving up on JJ but his loss of velocity is concerning…

me

April 22nd, 2012
11:22 am

SCBravesFan Do you think maybe he is favoring that knee and he is not pushing off strong enough to get his velocity?

reckingball

April 22nd, 2012
11:25 am

Great win!
Go Braves!

Steve

April 22nd, 2012
11:27 am

Where is that moron from on here who said to trade Hanson because he was “done?” Also where are the crybaby’s? Still waiting for a losing streak?

reckingball

April 22nd, 2012
11:30 am

Crybabies? We Don’t need no stinkin’ crybabies.
Roll on Juggernaut! Roll on! go bravos!

reckingball

April 22nd, 2012
11:39 am

Steve……..”Where is that moron from on here who said to trade Hanson”
Which one?

reckingball

April 22nd, 2012
11:40 am

over and out, later.

Gene

April 22nd, 2012
11:41 am

Bourn is a spark plug and most exciting player I have seen in a Braves’ uniform since Henry Aaron.

Joshua

April 22nd, 2012
11:50 am

I love when JNick posts on this blog. Laughing at the mentally challenged is a great way to make oneself feel better.

74bravesjersey

April 22nd, 2012
12:04 pm

Hey; I was one of those rant’n & all negative about these bravos, & deserved to be lambashed; I’m here & now realiz’in the errors of my ways & I truely deserved to be hated on by the bloggers especially those who stuck with them thick & thin, & stayed w/ the team, I guess I let the tail end of last year get the best of me, the strugglingof ST, then 0-4, yeah, I felt like Dang my team is letting me down, because I’m one of those who just about wanting them to win, yet just about destroyin’ my tv set w/ my 7yr. olds rubber bricks or leggos. And I let my self down thinkin’ they need changes & doomin’ them into the ground. I stand corrected & deserved to be called out. In the midst of all this, I am so glad that they are proving me & ALL other doomsayers,negativators wrong. We deservr it. I stand 2 inches tall now, still shrinking, somebody step on me(with a Hobnail boot- Legendary Larry Munson). I truely want those Bravos to win(& I lost to frustration). May all you fans w/ no ounce of doubt, I don’t blame you & I commend you for you’re perserverance. I hope to rid the errors of my ways & establish good repore amongst you good bloggers. I Hope this tidal wave will successfully carry on through another WS Title.

me

April 22nd, 2012
12:22 pm

We forgive you 74bravesjersey.

me

April 22nd, 2012
12:24 pm

Bye for now. See ya later guys. Go braves

Playoffs!!!

April 22nd, 2012
2:56 pm

Ok, before we get too excited about the last 11 games, take a look at who we played…
We beat Houston twice, the Mets twice (lost 4, too), the Brewers 3 times, and the injury-riddled Diamondbacks (3 wins).
The Braves are a good team. They are a lot closer to the April-Aug. 2011 team than the Sept 2011 team. However,….
We swept the Brewers at home, but didn’t face their two best starters. And the Diamondbacks without a healthy Upton, Steven Drew and Chris Young are just not the same playoff team as the last year. Neither are the Brewers minus Fielder.
When we start playing the rest of our division rivals, we’ll see where we are really at. This team still has its flaws. But the last 11 games are encouraging. Go Braves!

count_schemula

April 22nd, 2012
4:30 pm

I guess this isn’t the blog. Maybe it’s one of the 10 other ones? C’mon AJC, get with it and create an organized publishing platform for the 21st century. 90 decoupled WordPress blogs is not the way.

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