Phillies Vs. Braves Final Score: Philadelphia Loses Low Scoring Game 2-1

The Philadelphia Phillies lost their second straight game to the Atlanta Braves on Saturday night, this time by a final score of 2-1.

Both teams did most of their damage in the early innings of the game. Atlanta struck first with a sacrifice fly by third baseman Chipper Jones that scored left fielder Martin Prado. Two innings later, right fielder Jason Heyward's RBI single made it 2-0 in favor of the Braves.

The Phillies got the score to 2-1 in the fourth inning after a solo home run by second baseman Chase Utley, but couldn't muster another run against starting pitcher Mike Minor and closer Craig Kimbrel.

Philadelphia did receive a quality start from pitcher Joe Blanton, who earned the loss but played seven innings, allowing four hits and two earned runs while striking out seven. His record now sits at 8-9 overall.

Philadelphia's record falls to 45-56, while Atlanta improves to 56-44. The third and final game of the series will be played Sunday at 1:35 p.m. Eastern Time.

Stick with this StoryStream for scores, news updates and more from the Phillies vs. Braves series. For all things Phillies, check out The Good Phight. For the Atlanta Perspective, head over to Talking Chop.

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