Notes: The Braves have announced that Brandon Beachy will indeed replace scheduled starter Jair Jurrjens, who is out with a sore knee. The move means that the Braves will be starting rookies, Beachy and Mike Minor, in back-to-back starts in the most important series of the year. The Braves, who trail the Phillies by three games, are also keeping a close eye on the Wild Card race, where they hold a 2.5-game lead over the Padres and a 3.5-game lead over the surging Rockies. Atlanta tries to continue their recent success against the Phils, having won 7 of 12 head-to-head meetings. Meanwhile, the Phils, who are a white-hot 15-3 in September, send one of the hottest pitchers in baseball to the hill in the form of Cole Hamels (11-10, 3.01), who is aiming to extend the Phillies’ winning streak to eight. Hamels has surrendered just one run over his last 31 2-3 innings.