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Braves second. J.Upton homered to left on a 0-1 count. C.Johnson grounded out, second baseman Callaspo to first baseman Freiman. Gattis homered to centre on a 1-0 count. La Stella grounded out, second baseman Callaspo to first baseman Freiman. B.Upton struck out.

2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on. Braves 2, Athletics 0.

Braves third. A.Wood struck out. Heyward singled to centre. Gosselin singled to centre, Heyward to second. F.Freeman homered to centre on a 0-1 count, Heyward scored, Gosselin scored. J.Upton lined out to third baseman Donaldson. C.Johnson doubled to centre. Gattis was hit by a pitch. On D.Norris's passed ball, C.Johnson to third, Gattis to second. La Stella flied out to centre fielder Crisp.

3 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Braves 5, Athletics 0.

Athletics fourth. D.Norris doubled to left. Freiman homered to left on a 3-1 count, D.Norris scored. Callaspo singled to centre. Reddick grounded out to first baseman F.Freeman, Callaspo to second. Parrino flied into a double play, right fielder Heyward to shortstop Gosselin, Callaspo out.

2 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 0 left on. Braves 5, Athletics 2.

Braves sixth. B.Upton struck out. Doumit pinch-hitting for A.Wood. Doumit struck out. Heyward safe at first on Freiman's error. Gosselin homered to centre on a 0-0 count, Heyward scored. F.Freeman struck out.

2 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 0 left on. Braves 7, Athletics 2.

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