Uggla singled off of Florida's Clay Hensley in the fifth inning to extend his streak. Uggla hit a bouncer into the hole between short and third and Emilio Bonifacio was able to field the ball, but his throw was nowhere close. It was the second night in a row he extended his hitting streak with an infield single.
He's now owner of the second-longest hitting streak in Atlanta history behind Rico Carty's 31-game hitting streak in 1970.
Uggla finished the game 1 for 6 in the Braves' 4-3 victory in 11 innings.
"We're talking about a lot of games, so there's going to be times where you don't feel as good as other times," Uggla told Dave O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "You've just got to battle and take what you can get."
Uggla has a home run in three plate appearances against Wednesday's starter, Anibal Sanchez.
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