ATLANTA (AP) One day after clinching the NL East title, the Washington Nationals have given right-hander Blake Treinen a fill-in start against the Atlanta Braves.
Gio Gonzalez had been the scheduled starting pitcher in Wednesday night's game. Instead, Treinen is making his sixth start of the year.
Treinen is 2-3 with a 2.18 ERA in 13 games. His last start came on June 28, when...
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