Mets starter Noah Syndergaard couldn't come away with his third win of the season, as the Braves did just enough to tie the game before his exit.
Atlanta got on the board first as Ozzie Albies turned on a 100-mph fastball from Syndergaard, and lifted it over the right-center field wall for his sixth home run on the year.
Syndergaard didn't allow a run in the second and third innings, and that could have been the case in the fourth as well. However, Jay Bruce misjudged a line drive to right from Ryan Flaherty, and it soared over his head for an RBI double to cut the Mets' lead to one.
After throwing a wild pitch to allow Nick Markakis to get to third in the sixth, Kurt Suzuki hit a sacrifice fly to left to tie the game at three.
Syndergaard's final line would read threes runs, two earned on seven hits while striking out six on 103 pitches over six innings of work.