Here's what you need to know: with one out in the bottom of the fifth, Carlos Zambrano had already allowed six runs, and three homers. It was not one of his better evenings. Then Freddie Freeman came to the plate.
After Freeman came Dan Uggla. The second pitch of that at bat:
Back-to-back homers, and five homers total. It was a wonder Zambrano held out that long. The next batter was Chipper Jones, and Zambrano opted to take out his frustration, albeit less theatrically than usual:
Zambrano didn't protest as he walked off the field towards the dugout. All in all, the whole episode was among the calmer things he's ever done.