The scrappy Atlanta Braves came back from two large deficits to pull out a dramatic ninth inning victory 9-8 over Philadelphia.
Coming back from 5-0 and 8-2, the Braves ended it with a Matt Diaz two-out bases loaded double in the bottom of the ninth.
Phillies losing pitcher Brett Myers got two quick outs in the ninth before giving up two infield hits and a walk. That set the stage for Diaz who came into the game as a pinch-hitter in the seventh.
It was just the Braves second win in six games of a crucial homestand against top rivals in the East.
The Braves trail first-place New York by seven-and-a-half games. The Phillies are five games back in second place.
Atlanta's Rafael Soriano was the winning pitcher.
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