ESPN – Braves vs. Indians Box Score, June 15 2007 – MLB

Get this — not only did the Braves come from behind to win, they came from behind twice. Weird. Buddy Carlyle was pitching pretty well, but not getting a lot of support offensively or defensively, and the team was down 3-0 entering the fifth. As had been usual in the Twins series, the Braves were getting runners on base but not doing anything with them. In the first and second innings, the Braves had gotten the first two men on base only to get nothing out of it. It looked to be happening again in the fifth when Chris Woodward singled in a run to make it 3-1.

In the sixth, the Braves tied it up with Francoeur singling home Chipper and McCann hitting a sac fly to score Andruw. It stayed that way until the eighth, when Soriano made a rare mistake, allowing a homer to make it 4-3.

But the Braves rallied. Saltalamacchia doubled leading off, and Orr ran for him. McCann reached on an error, and Woodward sacrified the two to second and third. Escobar doubled them home. The Braves couldn’t get another run out of the situation, but Wickman struck out the side (around a single and a walk) to pick up the save.

Diaz was 3-4, though one of his hits was an obvious error. Saltalamacchia played first again and was 2-4; Escobar led off (for the first time in his life, he says) and was 2-5, though his defense at third base continues to be a problem.