Milwaukee Brewers vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – May 02, 2011 – ESPN.

More strong pitching from Jair Jurrjens, and more offensive heroics by Alex Gonzalez — seriously — and the Braves got off the mat and won in come-from-behind fashion. Go figure.

The Braves took the lead in the third, on a David Ross homer, but it didn’t last long. Jurrjens allowed a couple of singles in the fourth, then McLouth botched a fly ball into a two-run, two-out triple to give the Brewers the lead. Given Hibernation Mode, you couldn’t be too optimistic.

But in the sixth, Chipper led off with a walk. Uggla singled, and Freeman walked to load the bases. Gonzalez’s double cleared them to give the Braves the lead. McLouth made up for it a little with a single to score AAG and make it 5-2. The Braves had another bases-loaded situation in the seventh, but got only one run out of it, a sac fly by Freeman, to make it 6-2.

Jurrjens was pulled after a couple of infield singles in the eighth; Eric O’Flaherty got Vegetarian Fatboy to ground out to end that threat. Jurrjens finished with seven hits allowed, four strikeouts, and no walks. Craig Kimbrel got back on the horse pitching the ninth in a non-save situation, allowing a walk but striking out two.