• Baker did not buy into a speedy return for relievers Sean Marshall or Jonathan Broxton, preferring to see them show some more progress in their rehabs.
"No, we're not close," Baker said. "Marshall has only thrown once live at hitters. We probably won't do anything until after they go out a couple of times more. See how they are, see how he does. Then we'll see."
• The defensive indifference in the ninth inning on Friday, allowing Tyler Pastornicky to take second off Aroldis Chapman, played a key role in the end of the bullpen's franchise-record streak of 32 2/3 scoreless innings, which came on a Freddie Freeman RBI single. Baker showed his own indifference to that Saturday afternoon prior to the game.
"I don't even think about that. I just don't want to give up runs when it counts," Baker said. "As long as they don't do that, they can give up runs. I'm curious how many games we won during that streak. That's the only thing that matters. You want to pitch well, but you want to win first."
Jon Cooper is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.