After relief pitchers Luke Gregerson, Mike Adams and Heath Bell combined for three scoreless innings of relief in Wednesday's 3-1 victory over the Dodgers, the team now has the best bullpen ERA (2.79) in baseball.
The Braves rank second in the Major Leagues with a 3.01 ERA.
"The main thing is they're talented pitchers top to bottom," Black said. "The [bullpen] has remained healthy through the year. The group has remained intact ... and there's a consistency with these guys coming to the ballpark knowing their roles."
On Wednesday, Gregerson set the Major League record for single-season holds (37), surpassing former Padres reliever Scott Linebrink (2006) and former Yankees reliever Tom Gordon (2004).
Bell, by pitching a scoreless ninth inning, earned his career-best 43rd save of the year. Bell has converted his last 30 save opportunities.
Adams is 4-1 with a 1.79 ERA in a career-best 63 games.