ATLANTA -- Chipper Jones absorbed every moment of a performance he said he'll cherish in retirement.
Jones was added to the National League All-Star roster before the game. The 40-year-old third baseman replaced injured Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp.
He then played like an All-Star at the plate, on defense and with his first stolen base of the season.
Jones, who plans to retire after this season, went 5-for-5 for his third career five-hit game and first since Aug. 11, 2002.
"Tonight was just one of those dream games," Jones said. "I would be hard-pressed to find a game in which I played better."
After his fifth hit, a single in the eighth inning, Jones was lifted for pinch runner Juan Francisco. Jones tipped his batting helmet as he received an ovation on his way to the dugout. He emerged from the dugout for another wave to the fans as the cheers continued.
"That was fun. That was a lot of fun," Jones said. "It's just another one to file in the memory bank from my last year. It has been pretty special to this point."
Jones hit a three-run double in the sixth. He has a season-best 10-game hitting streak and is hitting .313.
"I don't think that swing is ready to retire," Cubs manager Dale Sveum said.
Jones added a defensive highlight in the eighth inning when he fielded Darwin Barney's grounder behind third base and, while in foul territory, threw him out at first.
"Impressive," Braves right-hander Jair Jurrjens said. "He stole the show today. He carried us."
Jurrjens (2-2) gave up nine hits and three runs, all unearned, in five innings. Reliever Kris Medlen pitched three perfect innings.
The Cubs led 3-1 before Michael Bourn hit a bases-loaded triple in Atlanta's five-run fifth. Martin Prado's sacrifice fly and Jason Heyward's 13th homer in the inning pushed the Braves' lead to 6-3, chasing Chris Volstad out of the game.
Volstad (0-7) was promoted from Triple-A Iowa for the start. He gave up six runs on seven hits and two walks in 4 1/3 innings.
"He didn't really pitch to the game plan, and that was discouraging," Sveum said, adding that Volstad didn't follow catcher Steve Clevenger.
Sveum said Volstad will have another chance.
"We don't have any options, so we'll run him out there again," Sveum said. "As of now, we don't have any other options."
The loss left Volstad with 20 consecutive starts without a win. It is the longest winless streak in the majors since Jo-Jo Reyes made 28 straight winless starts for the Braves and the Blue Jays from 2008 to 2011, according to STATS LLC.
Volstad was winless in his last 11 starts with Florida in 2011 and hasn't won in nine starts over two stints with the Cubs this season.
"It's definitely a learning process," Volstad said. "I think it's just a matter of trying to be too perfect. Too fine.
"I just need to relax."
Bourn walked in the first and scored when Jones' single dropped in front of David DeJesus in center field. DeJesus dove and trapped the ball.
Cubs relievers Rafael Dolis and Jairo Asencio combined to walk six batters in the sixth, helping the Braves score four runs on only one hit -- Jones' bases-loaded double to right field. Prado forced in a run with a bases-loaded walk from Asencio.
The start of the game was delayed by rain for 52 minutes. Following the rain, the first-pitch temperature was 72 degrees, a drop of more than 20 degrees.
Volstad's last win came July 10, 2011, with Florida against Houston. ... The Cubs optioned RHP Casey Coleman to Triple-A Iowa to clear a roster spot for Volstad. Coleman gave up seven earned runs, his career high as a reliever, in Wednesday's 17-1 loss to the Reds. ... Braves RHP Randall Delgado will face Cubs LHP Paul Maholm as the series continues Wednesday night. Maholm threw seven scoreless innings in a 1-0 win over the Braves in Chicago on May 5.
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