ATLANTA, June 30 (UPI) -- Jair Jurrjens returned to the Atlanta rotation with a win and drove in a run Wednesday in the Braves' 4-1 victory over Washington.
Jurrjens (1-3) went five innings in his first start since he went down April 29 with a hamstring injury, allowing one run on six hits, walking two and fanning six.
Peter Moylan, Jonny Venters, Takashi Saito and Billy Wagner teamed up to pitch four shutout innings of relief, with Wagner notching his 16th save as the Braves took the rubber match of a three-game set at Turner Field.
Brian McCann's first-inning double scored Martin Prado to give Atlanta a lead it wouldn't relinquish and Jurrjens made it 2-0 in the fourth with an RBI single.
J.D. Martin (0-4) surrendered three runs on six hits over five innings to absorb the loss for the Nationals.