It all got started with a stolen base from the fleet-footed Brian McCann -- the first Braves' stolen base of the year. The most impressive part of this game, though, was that the Braves scored five runs with two-outs, by five different hitters. When was the last time that happened? If anyone can find that, I would be curious to know.
Everyone's falling all over themselves about Jeff Francoeur's two triples. I'm getting kind of tired of the media continuing to hype every little nugget of good performance from Frenchy. I've said it before, let's wait a month or two and see where he's at then.
Jair Jurrjens survived his wildness and five walks to get the win. The bullpen also survived some shakieness of its own (again). I'm starting to wonder about this Eric O'Flaherty guy, and whether he can get anyone out with regularity. Perhaps we can nickname him Irregularity O'Flaherty. Rafael Soriano, on the other hand, looked fantastic in notching the save. I like him putting pressure on Mike Gonzalez.
Hey! A sweep! It may not have been that pretty, but we got it done, and this team looks pretty good. We've got an off-day on Monday, but then the division leaders -- that's right, the Braves and the Marlins -- face off on Tuesday.