Widener tossed six scoreless innings Friday against the Nationals, allowing four hits and two walks while fanning three. He didn't factor into the decision.

The right-hander didn't have an easy task Friday as he was matched up against Max Scherzer, but he rose to the occasion and delivered his second scoreless outing of the campaign. Widener has also posted two quality starts out of three appearances this season and owns an excellent, yet probably unsustainable, 1.59 ERA through his first 17 innings of the campaign.

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