Hank Aaron’s 715th-home-run anniversary celebration wouldn’t have been complete without a Babe Ruth appearance Tuesday night.

Bartolo Colon, belly hanging over his belt, looked the part at least.

The Mets received a jumbo performance from the veteran right-hander and ruined the Braves’ home opener with a 4-0 victory in front of 47,144 at Turner Field.

Before the game, the Braves honored Aaron on the 40th anniversary of the home run that pushed him ahead of Ruth on baseball’s all-time list. But the party ended there for the Braves.

Colon kept the Braves swinging early in the count and finished with seven shutout innings in which he allowed six hits and no walks.

“I felt great, and especially when you face a team as tough as Atlanta you prepare to be very tough mentally,” Colon said. “That’s how I felt today. I prepared very well for this game.”

Kyle Farnsworth and Jose Valverde each added a scoreless inning, securing the Mets’ third victory in their last four games. But Valverde provided some drama by loading the bases in the ninth before retiring Jason Heyward on a deep fly to center that ended the game.

Ahead 1-0 in the seventh, the Mets received an RBI single from Ruben Tejada against Gus Schlosser before Eric Young Jr. singled in another run.

In the eighth, manager Terry Collins won his second straight replay review to begin the season. Juan Lagares was called out at first base by umpire Mark Ripperger on a slow grounder, but the decision was overturned after Collins challenged. Tejada’s two-out bloop RBI single gave the Mets a 4-0 lead.