Campillo rehab doesn't derail Hanson's start

LAWRENCEVILLE - Despite Jorge Campillo's rehab assignment from Atlanta, Tommy Hanson is still scheduled to be the starter tonight when Gwinnett opens a four-game series against Toledo.

Campillo is slated to follow Hanson, who is looking for his first victory at Gwinnett Stadium. Jeremy Bonderman, on a rehab assignment from Detroit, will start for Toledo.

Hanson, 2-3 with a 1.70 ERA, is coming off seven scoreless innings on Saturday at Lehigh Valley in which he allowed just two hits. He leads the International League with 64 strikeouts in 472/3 innings.

G-Braves manager Dave Brundage indicated Wednesday that Hanson would start on his regular rest against Toledo, with Campillo working in relief. Campillo, who was 8-7 last year with Atlanta, pitched two innings for Class AA Mississippi in his first rehab outing Saturday.

Future Hall of Famer Tom Glavine is scheduled to start for the G-Braves on Saturday night against the Mud Hens. The 304-game winner also will likely pitch next Thursday against Indianapolis in the finale of the Gwinnett homestand.

Kris Medlen - rather than roommate Hanson - was promoted from Gwinnett to Atlanta to start tonight against Colorado at Turner Field. Medlen, who could move to the Braves' bullpen when Glavine is ready to rejoin the Atlanta rotation, was 5-0 with a 1.19 ERA for Gwinnett.

When Medlen is activated today, Atlanta will have to make a roster move. That will probably be, however, placing Jo-Jo Reyes on the disabled list after he strained a hamstring running to first base on a hit Thursday night against Colorado.

Hanson, who went into the season ranked as Atlanta's No. 1 prospect, is 2-1 with a 0.39 ERA in four road starts, but 0-2 with a 2.92 ERA at home. All four homers he's allowed have been at Gwinnett Stadium, with three coming in his last home start.

The G-Braves are 20-20 and third in the IL's South Division, seven games behind first-place Norfolk. Gwinnett, which had an off day on Wednesday following a 5-3 trip, is 13-9 on the road and 7-11 at home.