Atlanta Braves right-hander Tommy Hanson had very little control last week against the Miami Marlins, but it all worked out.
It didn't for the uncharacteristically wild Mark Buehrle in his recent outing versus Atlanta.
Hanson will try to lead the Braves to a sixth consecutive victory Monday night and help them continue their mastery of the Marlins as he squares off against Buehrle in the opener of this four-game set.
Facing Miami for the first time in 2012, Hanson (11-5, 4.39 ERA) walked a career-high seven and allowed seven stolen bases in Wednesday's 7-1 road win. He became the first pitcher since Seattle's Randy Johnson on July 29, 1989, to win despite walking at least seven and giving up seven or more steals.
"I have no idea how I did that,'' Hanson said after the Braves won for the ninth time in his last 10 starts. "... The good part is that we won and, hopefully, I can do a better job next time.''
While Hanson improved to 8-2 with a 3.78 ERA on the road, he's 3-3 with a 5...