That was some ugly bullpen work.
The Braves actually took a 4-0 lead in this one. In the second, Dan Uggla scored on an error, and David Ross drove in Matt Diaz to make it 2-0. Chipper Jones is back; in the third, he hit into a double play that scored Michael Bourn, and Freddie Freeman singled in Uggla.
Through the first four innings, Julio Teheran had allowed only one hit. In the fifth, he retired only one while allowing three hits and a walk, and Fredi went to Livan Hernandez. That did not go well at all, as Hernandez allowed three straight singles then a double to make it 6-4; he wound up taking the loss. In the sixth, Hernandez allowed back-to-back homers to make it 9-4.
Cristhian Martinez allowed two runs in the seventh and one in the eighth, just to finish things off. Well, you can’t win them all.