ATLANTA -- Fredi Gonzalez says if you keep putting the ball in play, good things can happen. The good things for Gonzalezs Braves on Monday night were a barrage of Mets errors which handed Atlanta the win. Three errors by New York fueled Atlantas comeback as the Braves scored four runs in the eighth and beat the Mets 5-3 for their fifth straight win. "We were never giving up, never giving any at-bats away," Gonzalez said. "Its the perfect example of putting the ball in play." The error-prone Mets wouldnt let the Braves give up. Errors by reliever Jeurys Familia (1-3), centre fielder Juan Lagares and third baseman Eric Campbell in the eighth helped the Braves rally from a 3-1 deficit. "Weve got to catch the baseball better," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "We didnt catch the baseball tonight." Anthony Varvaro (3-1) pitched one scoreless inning to earn the victory. Craig Kimbrel recorded the final three outs for his 25th save. The Braves announced late in the game that catcher Evan Gattis will be placed on the 15-day disabled list after an MRI revealed a bulging thoracic disk in his back. Curtis Granderson had two hits, including a homer, for the Mets. Trailing 3-1, the Braves loaded the bases with no outs in the eighth against Familia. Following singles by Justin Upton and Jason Heyward, Chris Johnson hit a soft grounder to Familia, who threw low to shortstop Ruben Tejada at second base for an error on what could have been a double play. "I tried to be too quick throwing to the base," Familia said. "It was my fault. Its tough because you work for something and you have a chance to make the double play and you dont make it." Tommy La Stellas single up the middle drove in Upton, and Heyward scored the tying run when Lagares bobbled the ball in centre for another error. With one out, pinch-hitter Ryan Doumits walk loaded the bases again. Campbell, the Mets fill-in third baseman while David Wright sits with a bruised left rotator cuff, bobbled Andrelton Simmons grounder for the third error of the inning, allowing Johnson to score the go-ahead run. Dana Eveland replaced Familia and walked Freddie Freeman, pushing Atlantas lead to two runs. Gattis, hitting .290 with 16 homers and 39 RBIs, missed his fourth straight game on Monday night with what had been called back spasms. He said he was told 95 per cent of similar bulging disks "kind of resolve themselves" without surgery. He said hell have an epidural as early as Tuesday. Rookie Christian Bethancourt, who made his first home start, and veteran Gerald Laird will be Atlantas primary catchers for at least two weeks. New Yorks Zack Wheeler was in position for the win before the Mets eighth-inning collapse. He gave up one run on four hits and five walks in 6 1-3 innings. The Braves were held without a hit until Heyward led off the fourth with a double. The Braves scored one run in the fifth. B.J. Upton, who hit a leadoff single and moved to third on Simmons single, scored on Freemans fly ball to left field. Atlantas Alex Wood allowed three runs on six hits in six innings. He gave up runs in each of the first three innings and then recorded 11 straight outs. Granderson opened the game with his 11th homer. It was his 26th career leadoff homer. Travis dArnauds double drove in Chris Young, who reached on a single, in the second. Youngs flyball drove in Daniel Murphy from third base in the third. Collins successfully challenged a ruling that B.J. Upton stole second base in the third inning. The safe call was overturned following the review, which lasted 1 minute, 15 seconds. Uptons slide easily beat the throw, but the replay showed he was tagged when he bounced off the bag at the end of his pop-up slide. Running from right field, Heyward made a sliding catch in foul territory on Tejadas fly ball to open the fifth. 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Chapman struck him out, and it was the same result each of the next four times they saw each other. Not on Friday night. This time, Lucroy got him. The veteran catcher hit a two-run homer off the All-Star closer in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 7-6 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. "It feels good. He has really good stuff, special arm," Lucroy said. "It just feels good to get the win. We kind of had a rough game throwing the ball. It feels good to get a win hitting-wise." Jean Segura sparked the winning rally when he beat out a leadoff chopper to shortstop for his third hit. Lucroy then drove a 1-2 pitch to left for his 17th homer, snapping Cincinnatis five-game winning streak. Lucroy clapped his hands as he rounded first base and ditched his batting helmet before heading into a crowd of teammates surrounding home plate. It was his first career game-ending homer. Chapman (3-5) had converted each of his last six save opportunities. He fanned Lucroy while closing out Thursday nights 2-1 victory. "Its hard to get his timing down because he throws so hard," Lucroy said. "I was just trying to be on time today and be ready whenever he threw the ball. You have to be ready. If you are just a little bit late, you have no chance." Chapman did not make himself available to the media after the game. "He hung a slider to him and he didnt miss," Reds manager Dusty Baker said. Todd Frazier had three hits and matched a career high with four RBIs for Cincinnati, which lost out on an opportunity to leapfrog St. Louis for second place in the top-heavy NL Central. The Reds trail division-leading Pittsburgh by 3 1/2 games, and the Cardinals are three back after a 7-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs. With two outs and runners on the corners in the seventh, Frazier dropped a single right in front of left fielder Khris Davis to give Cincinnati a 6-5 lead. Frazier also singled in a pair of runs in the first and belted a solo shot in the fourth for his 12th homer. "You cant get them all," Frazier said. "Chapmans still a really good pitcher. ... Were not worried about it at all." Lucroy finished with three hits and three RBIs for Milwaukee, which had lost three of four. Davis had two hits, including a two-run double, and John Axford (6-6) pitched a scoreeless inning for the win.dddddddddddd "If you look through the year, Luc comes up with some pretty amazing at-bats where hell keep fouling off and hang in there, then hell hit a line drive somewhere," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. "Today, he got the homer. He really does put together some really nice at-bats." The Brewers played without All-Star centre fielder Carlos Gomez, who is day to day with a sprained right knee after making a leaping catch at the wall during Thursday nights 2-1 loss to Cincinnati. He had an MRI on Friday that confirmed the injury, and was using crutches to move around Milwaukees clubhouse before the game. Milwaukee scored three times in the third to take a 4-2 lead, but Fraziers leadoff drive got Cincinnati within one and Chris Heisey put the Reds in front again when he connected in the fifth. Heiseys sixth homer came after Shin-Soo Choo reached on a leadoff single. Segura tied it with an RBI single against Alfredo Simon in the sixth, and then got the Brewers started in the ninth. The speedy Segura leads the NL with 148 hits. The battle of the bullpens came after each starter struggled. Brewers left-hander Tom Gorzelanny was charged with five runs and six hits in 4 2-3 innings. He was coming off his best start of the season, an impressive seven-inning effort in a 10-0 victory at Seattle last Saturday. "I was missing spots a little bit," Gorzelanny said. "I had to try to fight myself to try to make good pitches." Reds righty Mike Leake wasnt much better, allowing four runs and nine hits in five innings. He is winless in his last four starts. NOTES: Reds RHP J.J. Hoover got two outs to extend his scoreless streak to 22 games and 25 1-3 innings. ... Roenicke said he talked to suspended slugger Ryan Braun on Friday. Roenicke said part of the discussion involved whether Braun would speak publicly in the aftermath of his 65-game ban by Major League Baseball, but the manager kept most of the phone conversation to himself. "Hes in a good frame of mind," Roenicke said. ... The Brewers recalled Sean Halton from Triple-A Nashville and optioned RHP Alfredo Figaro to their top farm club. Halton can play first base and the corner outfield spots. ... Brewers RHP Yovani Gallardo will come off the disabled list to start Saturday against Cincinnati. Gallardo (8-9, 4.91 ERA), who had been sidelined by a strained left hamstring, will be opposed by RHP Mat Latos (12-3, 3.04). ' ' '