Myers pitched 7 2/3 innings, allowing three earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out nine hitters. Renteria's home run was the second of the day allowed by Myers, who gave up a two-run shot to Brian McCann earlier in the day, allowing the Braves a 2-0 lead.
The Phillies pretty much lost the game in the bottom of the seventh inning. Myers led off with a walk and Jimmy Rollins, who had homered earlier in the game, doubled to put two runners in scoring position with no outs. Shane Victorino, Ryan Howard and Chase Utley all failed to bring in either of the runners and the Braves took advantage of the miscue in the top of the following inning when Renteria's home run tied the game.
The Phillies battled back from their two-run deficit thanks to Rollins' homerun in the fifth inning that cut the lead to 2-1. An inning later, Pat Burrell poked a two-out single to center field and scored on a Wes Helms double to tie the game. Helms then scored when second baseman Kelly Johnson misplayed a pop-fly off the bat of Aaron Rowand, who was credited with an RBI double on the play as the Phillies took a 3-2 lead.
Renteria homered off Madson in the tenth to put the Braves up and Chad Paronto nailed down his first save with the Atlanta Braves, giving the win to closer Bob Wickman, who had pitched the bottom of the ninth.