"Going forward, we'll do that like we did at the beginning of the year," Gonzalez said. "Just keep him healthy, keep him fresh."
Meanwhile, reliever Anthony Varvaro will spend a second day on the paternity list. Atlanta has not yet received word if his wife has given birth yet, but Varvaro is allowed up to three days off for paternity leave.
"I'm hoping everything is good, but I haven't heard if the baby was delivered or anything," Gonzalez said. "I haven't even heard that. I know he's not here. He mentioned to me that today would have been the day."
Joe Morgan is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.