Evan Gattis apparently picked up on something Sunday that his Braves teammates could not.
Gattis hit two long home runs, but they were the only hits Atlanta could muster off Philadelphia Phillies starter Cole Hamels as they fell 3-2 in the final contest of a three-game series sweep.
''I saw some good pitches to hit today,'' Gattis said. ''But we lost the game. So we just have to get back after them tomorrow.''
Gattis' first, in the second inning, traveled 480 feet to center field. In the seventh, he tied the game with a long ball that went deep into the left-field bleachers. It was his first career multi-homer game. He just missed another potential home run in the fifth, but the ball died at the warning track in dead center field.
''He swung with everything he had in him. I felt like I was throwing a golf ball out there and he had a driver,'' Hamels said. ''He's probably gonna be in that strongest man competition at the end of the year, and I'm definitely gonna vote for him, bec...