After coming from behind twice Thursday afternoon to beat the Rockies 9-6 and salvage a four-game series split, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez seemed anxious to get through his postgame interviews and get to the airport.

"Let's get on the bird before they ask us to play another game here tomorrow," he said. "Because that's a pretty good club. I believe that club is getting ready to get hot."

Brooks Conrad's home run began a four-run rally in the seventh inning that turned a one-run deficit into a 9-6 lead in a game Colorado had led 4-0 after two innings.

Freddie Freeman and Jason Heyward also homered for the Braves, while Tommy Hanson picked up his 11th win and Craig Kimbrel collected his 30th save to match a Braves rookie record held by Kerry Ligtenberg.

Kimbrel is 10 saves from matching the major league rookie held by Texas' Neftali Feliz, a former Braves prospect.

"The series has been wild from the start, man," said Conrad, filling in at second base after Dan Uggla strained a calf Wednesday. "Wish we could have played a little bit better baseball this series, but it's a tough place to come and win ballgames. To come out of here with a win today was really big for us. That was a lot of fun today."

It felt more like survival for Hanson (11-5), who allowed a season-high six runs in six innings and received a season-high nine support runs.