ST. LOUIS (AP) - Brian McCann hit a two-run double in the top of
the ninth and the Atlanta Braves held on to beat the St. Louis
Cardinals 7-6 on Saturday afternoon.
The Cardinals dropped two straight games for the first time
since July 25-26 when they lost consecutive games to Philadelphia.
Mike Gonzalez (4-4) got the win despite allowing two runs, one
earned in the eighth which gave the Cardinals a 6-5 lead.
The Braves two runs in the ninth came off of reliever Ryan
Franklin (2-3) who blew his second straight save opportunity and
his fourth of the season.
Rafael Soriano closed out the game for Atlanta for his 24th save
in 28 chances.
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