ATLANTA - The Atlanta Braves made the most of their last chance to take advantage of the Cincinnati Reds' road futility.
Chipper Jones drove in five runs and the Braves scored seven runs in the second inning and beat Cincinnati 14-7 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep in the Reds' only visit to Atlanta this season.
Jones hit his ninth homer - a three-run shot off Bronson Arroyo in the seven-run second. Kelly Johnson was 4-for-6 with three doubles and Mark Kotsay was 3-for-4 with a homer.
The Braves outscored the Reds 25-8 in the three games, giving Cincinnati its fifth straight loss - all on the road.
"We caught a team when they were down," said Jones, who was 3-for-6 and is hitting .425.
The Braves also have suffered down games away from Turner Field. They are 11-4 at home but 4-11 on the road.
Jones said the Braves, who returned to .500, should use the series against the Reds as a template for the rest of their season.
"When we learn to play on the road like we did, the same aggressiveness, step on somebody's throat when we get them down, when we learn to do that ... I think wins on the road will come," Jones said.