ATLANTA (AP) - Adam LaRoche gave the Braves the lead with a
seventh-inning homer, his second of the game, and Atlanta continued
its second-half surge by beating the Washington Nationals 6-2 on
LaRoche snapped a 2-2 tie with his seventh-inning homer off
Jorge Sosa (1-1). He had a second-inning homer off Craig Stammen
and drove in a third run with a bases-loaded walk in Atlanta's
Garret Anderson and Martin Prado also hit homers for the Braves,
who have won five straight. Their 17-9 record since the All-Star
break is the best in the National League.
Derek Lowe (12-7) gave up only two runs on seven hits and four
walks in seven innings. He has won his last five decisions.
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