Eflin didn't factor into the decision Wednesday against Atlanta despite tossing six innings of one-run ball, giving up eight hits and two walks while fanning seven.

Eflin has gone winless over his last five outings, but this start was a clear step in the right direction since he had allowed three or more runs in three of his four starts prior to this game against Atlanta. Despite the subpar 2-5 record, Eflin still owns a strong 3.89 ERA across 74 innings (12 starts) and will aim for his next win when he next takes the ball against the Dodgers on the road.

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