Braves' third baseman Austin Riley turned in a fabulous defensive play in the second inning. Four frames later, his liner to left has the Braves on the scoreboard for the first time in Game 4.
Batting with two down and two on in the bottom of the sixth, Riley's rip off Astros reliever Phil Maton plated left fielder Eddie Rosario and cut the Astros' lead in half, 2-1.
Rosario's double gave the Braves their first runner in scoring position all evening, and after a walk to Freddie Freeman and a strikeout by second baseman Ozzie Albies, Riley came through with the RBI.
But Maton limited the damage from there, striking out catcher Travis d'Arnaud with the bases loaded to end the threat.
Atlanta has left five runners on base, while the Astros have stranded 10.
It's now 2-1 Astros in the 7th.