After the Braves recorded six hits and a career-high six walks against Tim Lincecum to chase The Freak in the seventh inning, and after Brian McCann's two-run, two-out hit pushed the lead to 5-1, the biggest question became: Complete game?

Fifty-three outs into the afternoon, that question was answered when Tim Hudson's gritty pitching performance ended with manager Fredi Gonzalez bringing in closer Craig Kimbrel to face San Francisco Giants pinch-hitter Buster Posey.

Hudson gave up a run in the ninth and didn't get the coveted "CG," but he and the Braves got a 5-2 win to clinch the series before another packed house of disappointed Giants fans at AT