Michael van Gerwen narrowly missed out on a nine-darter during his Premier League match with Raymond van Barneveld. The world No 1 fired in seven treble 20s to raise the hopes of a packed Manchester crowd, then added treble 19 to even more cheers, but his ninth dart landed above double 12. Only Adrian Lewis has pulled off a perfect leg during the current campaign, but Van Gerwen did not dwell long on the disappointment as he powered to a 7-2 victory over his Dutch rival. This victory ensured The Green Machine ended in top spot ahead of next weeks Rotterdam showdown with Phil Taylor, who is just behind on leg difference after his night-ending win over Adrian Lewis.Van Gerwen and Taylor will go head-to-head in the final match before the play-offs at The O2.Play the video at the top of the page to see Michael van Gerwen nearly nail a nine-darter. 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But thats the game," he said, adding he didnt know what pitches to expect because the brothers always used to play on the same team growing up. It was the first time brothers played against each other in the majors since pitchers Jered and Jeff Weaver faced off in 2010. Even though he lost the sibling matchup, Cory Rasmus said he enjoyed facing off against his brother during his second major-league appearance. "It was still awesome," he said. "The fact that we lost -- the outcome is the most important part. But me facing him was a lot of fun. It just sucks that he got a hit." He wasnt the only one. J.P. Arencibia also had a two-run homer as the Blue Jays pounced on Braves starter Tim Hudson (4-4), who gave up six runs on eight hits with just one strikeout. Mark Buehrle (2-3) looked much better through six for Toronto (22-29) despite admitting he went into the game feeling lousy. Buehrle allowed one earned run on five hits, with two walks and six strikeouts. It was another good outing for the Jays starter, who is recovering from a poor start to the season. "I felt like I was in the strike zone a good amount for tonight," said Buehrle. "Theyre swinging, putting the ball into play, or fouling the ball off. Making a good, quality pitch and theyre fouling it off. Obviously six innings aint the greatest but against a team like that and the way II felt today, Ill take it every time.dddddddddddd" Evan Gattis had the lone homer for NL East-leading Atlanta (30-20), a two-run drive in the eighth inning off Brad Lincoln. Rasmuss homer to right field in the second gave Toronto a 2-0 lead and came two batters after Adam Lind was rewarded for a great at-bat against Hudson. Lind battled for eight pitches against the Braves right hander before sending the ninth pitch to right field for a double. Encarnacion made it 4-0 in the third. His hit to centre drove in Melky Cabrera and Jose Bautista, but Encarnacion followed them to the dugout after getting caught between first and second base. On the mound, Buehrle had a one-hitter going until the fifth inning when Atlanta third baseman Chris Johnson doubled and shortstop Andrelton Simmons sent him home with a single. The Blue Jays starter had only one more inning in him. Gattis hit a ball that bounced off Buehrle for a single in the sixth, prompting a chat with Torontos trainer. Brian McCann then moved runners to second and third, but Buehrle struck out Dan Uggla on his 111th pitch of the game to end the scoring threat, the inning and his outing. Torontos offence took control from there. Lind had a lead-off walk in the bottom of the inning and on the next at-bat Arencibia crushed an offering from Hudson over the centre-field wall for a 6-1 Blue Jays lead. The inning wasnt without incident. Brett Lawrie stole second but his left ankle was caught on the base in a play similar to the one that severely sprained shortstop Jose Reyess left ankle in April. Lawrie moved to third but signalled to the dugout and was replaced by Mark DeRosa for the remainder of the game. The team later announced Lawrie is day-to-day. Notes: Attendance at Rogers Centre was 22,808. ... Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said the team is hoping to have RHP Josh Johnson (triceps) back June 4 when Toronto opens a two-game series in San Francisco. ... Braves centre-fielder B.J. Upton and right-fielder Jason Heyward were given the day off. ... Brandon Morrow (2-3, 5.50 earned-run average) gets the start for the Blue Jays on Tuesday afternoon. Atlanta counters with Paul Maholm (6-4, 3.38 ERA). ' ' '