Mets RHP Jacob deGrom limited the Braves to one run in seven innings on Saturday en route to his career-high 15th win of the season.
DeGrom struck out seven batters and walked two, throwing 101 pitches on the night. His only run allowed on the night was a sixth-inning home run by Freddie Freeman.
The win was deGrom's first since August 25 as he snapped a three-start losing streak.
The 29-year-old has now pitched 195 and 1/3 innings this season, surpassing his previous record total of 191 innings in 2015. DeGrom can reach the 200-innings mark next week in his start, which is slated to be against the Nationals.
DeGrom is 15-9 with a 3.55 ERA through 30 starts this season for the Mets.