ATLANTA — Bo Bichette and the Toronto Blue Jays are making comeback wins routine.
Bichette hit a go-ahead two-run double in the ninth inning, and the Blue Jays rallied yet again to beat the Atlanta Braves 8-4 on Thursday and sweep all six scheduled games between the interleague foes.
Toronto trailed 2-0 and 4-3 before its 10th comeback win this season and third of the series completed a three-game sweep.
"I think regardless of how we're playing, we should feel like we have a chance," Bichette said. "We can do special things on offense. I've never seen this team give up."
The sweep left Toronto (20-16) a season-high four games over .500. Atlanta (17-20) has yet to cross the .500 mark this season.
Atlanta outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. left in the seventh inning after jamming his left ankle. X-rays were negative, and he has not been ruled out of the Braves' series opener Friday night against the host Milwaukee Brewers.
Danny Jansen, hitting .095, led off the ninth with a single off Atlanta closer Will Smith (0-3). Marcus Semien singled, and Bichette doubled to the gap in right-center for a 6-4 lead.
Bichette drove in three runs on two hits. Cavan Biggio knocked out Smith with his second double of the game to drive in another run.
Travis Bergen (1-0) pitched a scoreless eighth. Jordan Romano struck out the side in the ninth after starter Ross Stripling allowed two runs in five innings and had nine strikeouts.
"It seems like if our pitching does the job, we're always going to have a chance, and it was true in every one of these three games," Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said.
Acuña led off the game with his MLB-leading 12th homer this season, then got hurt while trying to beat out a grounder to third base.
He initially was ruled safe by first base umpire Mike Estabrook before a video review overturned the call. Acuña hopped down the right-field line, then collapsed onto the outfield grass. He was able to walk back to the dugout with a slight limp.
"Those are scary moments for players, especially when they've got the torque and force he's running with," Braves manager Brian Snitker said.
Smith gave up four runs and five hits in the ninth while recording only one out. The left-hander's ERA climbed to 5.02.
"Sometimes it happens," Smith said. "Balls find holes, and the inning keeps rolling. It happens."
Dansby Swanson's two-run homer in the sixth had given Atlanta a 4-3 lead. The Blue Jays pulled even in the eighth when Biggio's double drove in Teoscar Hernández, who walked.
Acuña pulled Stripling's first pitch, an inside fastball, 442 feet down the left-field foul line. The homer landed near the back of the second level at Truist Park.
Charlie Morton allowed three runs, seven hits and two walks in 4 2/3 innings. Morton's exit ended a streak of Braves starters pitching at least six innings in four consecutive games and six of eight.
Acuña wasn't the only Atlanta outfielder injured in the game. Rookie center fielder Cristian Pache grimaced while running to first base on a groundout in the second and left with tightness in his right hamstring. Third baseman Austin Riley, who was given his first break from starting since April 16, entered and took over for Marcell Ozuna in left field. Ehire Adrianza, who started at third, moved to right, while Acuña moved to center.
The most recent time the Braves had been swept in six games by a team in a season series was in 2008, by the Chicago Cubs.
"I guess they just had our number this year," Smith said of the Blue Jays.