Atlanta Braves starter Kris Medlen has left the game against the Toronto Blue Jays after taking a liner off his left leg. Medlen was struck on the back of the leg, just below his knee, on a hard-hit ball by Emilio Bonifacio in the second inning Wednesday. "It's a leg thing, and the more you use it, the worse it's going to get," Gonzalez said. He flexed the leg before deciding to stay in the game, but walked Munenori Kawasaki and surrendered a two-run single to Melky Cabrera that gave the Blue Jays a 3-0 lead. Carpenter teamed with relievers Anthony Varvaro, Jordan Walden and Cory Gearrin to hold the Blue Jays scoreless over the final seven innings.