The Atlanta Braves lost to the Toronto Blue Jays by 6-5 on Sunday afternoon in the finale of a three-game set in Toronto, Canada. The Braves were swept in that series and have lost their last four straight games.

Ronald Acuna Jr. got Atlanta on the board with a lead-off home run in the top of the first inning. Michael Harris II contributed an RBI single in the second to make 2-0 in favor of the Braves. However, the Blue Jays surged ahead 3-2 in the bottom of that inning on an RBI single by Brandon Belt and a two-run single by Vladimir Guerrero Jr. The Braves regained the lead with a two-run homer from Ozzie Albies during the third and increased that lead to 5-3 with a solo home run by Kevin Pillar during the fourth. George Springer hit a solo home run for the Blue Jays in the fourth.

The Braves were up by 5-4 as the game headed into the ninth, but the Blue Jays secured the victory with a two-run walk-off single by Danny Jansen off Raisel Iglesias in the bottom of that inning.

Iglesias was charged with the loss for Atlanta. Nate Pearson got the win for Toronto.

The National League East-leading Braves are now 25-15 for the 2023 regular season. They will be in Texas tonight to open a three-game series against the Rangers. First pitch is set for 8:05 pm. Listen on WLAQ 1410 AM/96.9 FM; airtime is 6:50 pm from the Atlanta Braves Radio Network. The American League West-leading Rangers also have a record of 25-15.