Tim Hudson didn’t quite win the game by himself, but that’s largely because he ran out of gas in the ninth. Hudson allowed a hit in the second and a hitter reached on an error. They were the only baserunners that the Jays got before the ninth. Meanwhile, Hudson was the offense, hitting a two-run homer with two out in the seventh, after Dave Ross had been thrown out trying to score from third on a Diory chopper.
The Braves had all sorts of blown opportunities. In the first, Jordan Schafer led off with a single, then got stealing before Jason Heyward hit a double. In the fourth, Nate McLouth flew out on, I believe, a 3-1 pitch with two on and two out. AAG led off the sixth with a double and was eventually erased on a Dan Uggla (who else) double play. Hudson eventually had to take matters into his own hands.
Hudson tired in the ninth, walking the leadoff man then giving up a single up the middle to Yunel. Kimbrel came on and struck out the side to get the save.