His victim was Atlanta, which Miller disposed of quickly in the ninth. He fanned Pedro Ciriaco and Nick Markakis along the way to raise his save total to 28.
Miller has not allowed a run over his last six appearances.
Wisler yielded two runs on four hits in six innings with four walks and four strikeouts. That was two runs too many as his team got blanked during his stint in the game.
The lone runs against him scored on a wild pitch in the first and RBI double by Didi Gregorius in the seventh.
Wisler bounced back quite well from a horrible performance last Sunday, when he allowed seven runs in 2 2/3 innings against the Cubs.
Severino managed his first shutout effort in evening his record to 2-2. He blanked the Braves on four hits through six innings while walking three and whiffing five.
He allowed two baserunners in the fourth and sixth innings, but escaped both jams.
Severino has given up only seven runs in 29 innings through five starts. He his lowered his ERA to an impressive 2.17.
Melancon arrived with a 4-1 lead and promptly allowed a single and two-run homer to Nick Hundley. He then surrendered a single and needed a double-play lineout to finally end the drama.
It marked the first time he has given up more than one run in an appearance since April 21.
Pelfrey allowed four runs on seven hits in just 3 2/3 innings of work. He struck out two batters and gave up a pair of walks.
With the loss, Pelfrey dropped to 6-8 on the year with a 4.04 ERA.
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