Shawn Kelley and Koda Glover will share closer duties for the Washington Nationals, skipper Dusty Baker announced on Wednesday.

Kelley, 32, is the veteran of the tandem. He entered Wednesday with a 2-0 record, though that casts a dark shadow on how shaky he’s been to start the season. Through 7 appearances and 6.0 innings of work, he’s allowed 4 runs to the tune of 5 hits and a pair of walks. Three of the 5 hits have been via home run. Kelley has 1 save and has blown another.

Glover, 24, was seen as an option to take the closer role during spring training. He’s allowed 2 runs on 5 hits and a walk through 5.2 innings this season. His 0-1 record is complemented by a blown save for a Nationals bullpen that’s walking an extremely fine line. Since joining the major league ranks, Glover has allowed batters to hit .140 with a .163 slugging percentage.

That means Blake Treinen, at least for now, has been supplanted. Appointed the closer to start the season, the 28-year-old has been shelled to the tune of 5 runs on 10 hits and 6 walks over the course of only 6.1 innings.

The Nationals were fortunate to not watch another game collapse in the late stages during Tuesday’s clash with the Braves. What was originally perceived as a swing-and-miss to end the game was rescinded by home plate umpire C.B. Bucknor, who called a foul tip. Kelley reared back and struck out Chase d’Arnaud as the Nationals escaped with the win.