Braves 3, Astros 2: Brothers B.J. Upton and Justin Upton hit solo homers to power visiting Atlanta to a victory in the series opener.The Uptons homered in the same game for the fourth time, tying the major-league record held by Jeremy and Jason Giambi and Vladimir and Wilton Guerrero, as B.J. Upton connected in the third inning and Justin Upton followed suit one inning later. Aaron Harang (6-6) allowed two runs on six hits in six innings with five strikeouts, and Craig Kimbrel pitched around an error in the ninth for his 22nd save.Houston starter Scott Feldman (3-5) dropped to 0-3 in June, surrendering three runs on four hits with five strikeouts in six innings. Jose Altuve collected two hits to raise his American League-leading average to .337, and George Springer hit a solo homer for the Astros, who dropped to 1-7 in their past eight games.Springer blasted a 441-foot homer, his 14th of the season, to dead center in the first to stake Houston to a 1-0 advantage, but Atlanta's Chris Johnson drove home Jason Heyward with an opposite-field double to right-center in the second to even the score. B.J. Upton put the Braves ahead in the third with his seventh homer of the season, hitting a 2-2 Feldman pitch into the left-field seats. An inning later it was his brother's turn, as Justin Upton launched his 15th homer deep to left-center on a 1-0 Feldman offering. The Astros pulled within 3-2 in the home half of the fourth on Jonathan Villar's RBI single to right, but Harang retired the final seven hitters he faced, Anthony Varvaro and Jordan Walden worked out of late-inning jams, and Kimbrel struck out Springer with Altuve on second to end the game.GAME NOTEBOOK: Johnson finished 2-for-4, extending his hitting streak to nine games. … The Astros stranded five runners in scoring position in the final three innings, including runners at second and third in the seventh and eighth innings. … Houston 1B Jon Singleton went 0-for-4, dropping the rookie's average to .188.