Chase Headley didn’t want to talk much about his homer that tied it.

Instead he looked across the visiting clubhouse at Turner Field as Logan Forsythe came out of the training room.

“That is one tough injury” Headley said of the plantar fasciitis that has again struck Forsythe.

“What can you do for it? You can’t treat it. All you can do is ride it out. And it’s painful. Great night for Logan.”

Hours after disclosing that he is again suffering from the foot ailment that cost him 2 ½ months at the start of the season Forsythe came off the bench as a pinch-hitter in the top of the eighth Friday night and hit a game-winning single to cap the Padres 4-3 comeback against Atlanta’s statistically top bullpen in the major leagues.

“It feels good really good” Forsythe said of the sinking liner to right center that scored Tommy Medica to break a 3-3 tie that Headley had gained moments earlier with a line-drive homer to right on Jordan Walden’s first pitch of the eighth.

“The way it is now I just want to do the little things to help” continued Forsythe.

Little thing?

Forsythe’s hit beat the winningest team in the National League. And given the strength of the Braves bullpen it capped one of the Padres best comebacks of the season. Before Friday night the Padres were 4-63 when trailing after seven innings.

The Padres scored four runs on six hits in four innings against a bullpen that entered the game with a 2.29 earned run average for the season.

Meanwhile Padres relievers Nick Vincent Luke Gregerson and Huston Street retired all nine Braves they faced getting nine strikeouts in three innings. Vincent struck out the side in the seventh. Gregerson got two in the eighth and Street got one en route to his 30th save.