It was the second homer of spring training for Jones, who returned to the lineup this week after being held out for almost a week with a sore muscle on his right side.Garko drove in three runs, including one against Buddy Carlyle -- the first one the Atlanta right-hander has given up this spring. Garko's RBI single and Jhonny Peralta's sacrifice fly in the first snapped Carlyle's string of 10 consecutive scoreless innings.Garko hit a two-run homer off Tyler Yates in the fifth to erase a 3-2 Atlanta lead. The 26-year-old first baseman is batting .296 with a team-high 10 RBI, but still might not make Cleveland's opening-day roster."We still have other people here, too," Indians manager Eric Wedge said, mentioning outfielders Ben Francisco and Franklin Gutierrez. "We have other ways we can go with this thing."Cleveland third baseman Andy Marte was 2-for-3, and catcher Kelly Shoppach threw out three runners attempting to steal.