DENVER (AP) -- Playing from behind in recent games seems to have fueled the Atlanta Braves offense.
Chipper Jones helped the Braves rally once again, matching a career high with five RBIs on three hits, and the Braves overcame a grand slam by Michael Cuddyer to beat the Colorado Rockies 13-9 Saturday night.
Matt Diaz and Jason Heyward also hit back-to-back solo home runs in the sixth inning to help the Braves overtake the Rockies after trailing 6-0 and 8-3.
Atlanta has scored 37 runs in its past four games, overcoming a five-run deficit in Friday night's 11-inning, 9-8 win over Colorado and a six-run deficit in an 11-inning, 15-13 win over Philadelphia earlier in the week.
"The beauty is, once you've done something once, you can draw on it," Diaz said. "We know we can bounce back if we have to and the offense is clicking right now."
Staggered at the outset, Atlanta came back to score 10 of its runs from the sixth inning on and also benefited from sloppy defense by the Rockies, ...