Five things about Braves’ comeback, walk-off win Saturday vs. Mets

Ender Inciarte’s bunt single scored Johan Camargo from third base in the ninth inning to give the Braves an improbable, unconventional 4-3 win over the Mets Saturday, their second walk-off win of the season and first since opening day. It was their first walk-off win when the Braves trailed entering the ninth inning since they got two runs in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Marlins on Sept. 7. Here are five other things about the win:

1. Jesse Biddle pitched a scoreless ninth inning in his major league debut to become the first Braves reliever to earn a win in his debut since Jed Bradley did it against the Phillies on Sept. 3, 2016. Biddle, 26, was a Phillies first-round draft pick in 2010 and has overcome multiple injuries in his career including Tommy John elbow surgeries. He's also the first Brave to make his MLB debut this season.

2. Julio Teheran pitched seven scoreless innings of four-hit ball to reduce his ERA to 2.23 in 19 starts against the Mets since his first full season in 2013. It's the second-lowest ERA against the Mets in that span among qualified starters behind only Max Scherzer (1.92). Teheran has allowed two earned runs or fewer in 17 of 20 career starts against the Mets, and in his past 11 starts against them he has a 1.70 ERA and at least six innings pitched in each game.

3. Inciarte has hit safely in each of the first six games on the homestand through Saturday, batting .370 (10-for-27) to raise his overall batting average 62 points to .248 before Sunday's homestand finale.

4. Freddie Freeman had two doubles including a two-run shot in the eighth inning to start the Braves' comeback. His eight doubles were tied for second-most in the majors through Saturday, and Freeman raised his career total to 41 doubles in 125 career games against the Mets, leaving him just five shy of Chipper Jones' franchise-best of 46 doubles in 245 games against the Mets.

5. Over the past 15 games, Braves starters have a 1.97 ERA and a strikeout rate of 9.8 per nine innings. They've allowed 70 hits and five homers in 87 innings over that span, after posting a 7.15 ERA and allowing seven homers and a 1.008 opponents' OPS during the season's first five games.