Harrison, who was skipped on Tuesday in order to give him a rest, sat on the bench as Scott Feldman pitched six shutout innings vs. the Rays. Feldman silenced Tampa Bay's bats after it had hit 10 home runs in three games against the Blue Jays.
While Feldman looked impressive, Washington said there is no set date for him to make another start. But it seems likely he will get at least one more start in the final 26 games.
"I don't have a plan, but we know he's at least capable of doing it," Washington said.
The team is monitoring the starts of Derek Holland and Alexi Ogando to ensure they are healthy and effective, as both have already pitched career highs in innings.