ATLANTA (AP) -- Manager Fredi Gonzalez wants the Braves to move past an ugly loss as quickly as possible.
Jair Jurrjens gave up eight runs in only 3 1-3 innings and Atlanta's seven-game winning streak ended Tuesday night with a 9-0 loss to Barry Zito and the San Francisco Giants.
"Get it out of the way," Gonzalez said of the loss. "It's probably one of the ugliest games we've played in a while."
The eight runs allowed matched the career high for Jurrjens (3-3), who gave up eight hits and three walks. Jurrjens had been 3-0 in four starts since his recall from Triple-A Gwinnett on June 22.
"It was a tough one," Jurrjens said, adding he didn't have good command of his pitches. The Braves were not charged with an error but also were hurt by some sloppy fielding, including when Jurrjens missed the bag after taking a throw from Freeman on Angel Pagan's infield hit to start the Giants' six-run fourth inning.
"We just didn't get it done like a team," Jurrjens said. "I didn't make pitch...