(AP) -- While the Atlanta Braves' winning streak just came to an end in embarrassing fashion, they may be able to start a new one Thursday night.
Atlanta heads to Cincinnati for the first of four against the slumping Reds, who are in danger of falling completely out of the postseason race.
The Braves (66-61) had outscored opponents 33-14 during a five-game run before Wednesday's 3-2 walkoff loss at Pittsburgh. Atlanta blew a 2-0 lead in the eighth inning and came undone in the ninth, when Justin Upton dropped a fly ball after nearly colliding with brother B.J. in the outfield.