Prior to Monday's win, Cruz was hitting .407 with eight home runs and 12 RBI in his last 13 games.
Prior to his four-hit game Monday, Blackmon was hitting .313 with four doubles and three RBI in his last 13 games.
Garcia, who finished the game 2 for 6 with a double and two runs scored, blasted a two-run shot with the Braves down by a run. It was his third home run of the season, and certainly the biggest of his young career so far.
Prior to Monday's contest, Upton was hitting .161 with four home runs and 11 RBI in his last 16 games.
Eaton's hitless game snapped an 11-game hitting streak. He hit .455 with 1.274 OPS over the streak.
Conforto doubled his RBI total for the season in Monday's game, driving in his first run since July 26.
He also had his first hit since July 25, snapping a four-game skid spanning 12 at bats.
Cespedes drove in four runs, the most RBI he's had in a game since driving in six on April 19.
Cespedes was 1 for 7 as a Met prior to Monday's outburst.
Stanton is still experiencing discomfort when he swings a bat. He has been out since June 27 with a broken bone in his hand.
Peralta's two-run smash gave the Diamondbacks a 3-0 lead in the fourth inning. He is batting .387 with seven RBI over his past nine games (seven starts).
"I did some bike, did some core activation stuff, and everything feels good," Joyce said Monday.
Joyce was experiencing headaches and dizziness from the concussion, but those symptoms have subsided. He is scheduled to see a doctor Monday.
"A lot of it's up to [the doctors], just to see how things progress, how long it takes and how far you can push it without having any issues," Joyce said.