Sterling Hitchcock, the hero of San Diego's 1998 playoff run, retired last night after 12 years in the big leagues. Hitchcock, 33, who had reconstructive surgery on his left elbow in 2001, was plagued by rib, groin, and elbow injuries this season after returning to the Padres as a free agent.
The Phillies' Bobby Abreu stole a career-high three bases. He matched his season-high total of 36 set in 2001.
The Braves had nine hits, ending a streak of 12 straight games of 10 or more.
Arizona's Edgar Gonzalez is the 413th pitcher to allow a homer to Barry Bonds. His 10 earned runs matched Randy Johnson's franchise worst, set April 11 of last season.