Contreras, Rosario and Acuna lead the Braves to a stunning victory over Metso

William Contreras and Eddie Rosario hit one-on-one homers off Carlos Carrasco in the second innings

Ronald Acuna Jr. doubled three times and scored three runs

And the Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 13-1 in their seventh place on Monday night straight win.

The second-placed Braves moved to the NL East lead within 4 1/2 games of New York.

And put a brief halt to a hot streak in which the Mets won 17 out of 20.

"We won the first game in this series against the Mets," Acuna said via a translator.

"Tomorrow we are going to come with the same energy and take that too."

Carrasco (13-5) conceded three runs in two innings,

And his outing was interrupted by a rain delay of 55 minutes in the second innings.

He returned from the innings after the break to be out in the final, but won on his last pitch.