There's no slowing Kris Medlen.
In pregame warm-ups.
Running his mouth in the clubhouse.
And especially on the mound.
He's a constant blur of motion and energy, which he's harnessed to become the best starter in the majors right now.
Atlanta's boyish right-hander remained hotter than a Miami summer, adding to his unbeaten streak and growing legend on Wednesday night.
Whatever's possessed him, it was on display again.
Medlen dominated the Marlins, holding them to four hits in eight innings in a 3-0 victory as the Braves pushed their winning streak to 21 straight in games that he's started.
There are ton of incredible numbers swirling around Medlen's streak and late summer success, but this might be the most impressive:
It's the first time a team has won 21 straight starts by a pitcher since the Yankees won 22 consecutive of Whitey Ford's starts in 1950 and 1953, a stretch that was interrupted by military service.
"It's awesome. My wife and a couple of people have told m...