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Jul 23 2017

It's more like forearm a little bit, but it's kind of difficult to really pinpoint. It's not like really intense pain in a specific area. . . . I think my arm is just kind of taking a little while to get back in the swing of things.feedback

Apr 20 2017

Arm strength-wise, the stuff's still there, if not better. I never really did the old-school windup. I wasn't really trying to gain momentum. That whole step and transition wasn't really generating anything. For me, when I can get into a comfortable balanced position with my leg kick and drive down the mound under control, then at the end let it go -- that's just letting the body work.feedback

Apr 20 2017

I'm not saying that pitching out of the stretch is going to cure it all. But I think guys who are healthy, they're very good at repeating their mechanics. There's no compensation, no variation in where they're landing, how their arm's working through their delivery, whether they're changing their arm slot or falling off too much or flying open. I think if I can continue to work on getting as consistent and efficient as possible with my delivery, I think it puts my arm in the best position to put less strain on it. That's my best chance of being durable.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I was just trying to get more ground balls, keep attacking the strike zone. There was some balls put in play that they made some Web Gems behind me that kind of kept the pitch count down as well.feedback

Mar 29 2017

Everything was coming out good today. So I was pretty happy with it.feedback

Mar 29 2017

I think the game is based on adjustments, so I'm not gonna sit here and say I'm 100 percent comfortable [pitching out of the stretch full-time]. But it's all about continuing to work on things to keep it going well.feedback

Mar 26 2017

There's something to be said for me personally that I can't treat any one start over another as being any more important, because that's when I start to do too much in between. And when I start getting in that habit, I'm not giving myself the best chance to stay healthy and be there for the long haul. I just have to stay healthy, treat it like another outing, and do my same routine and listen to my arm.feedback

Mar 26 2017

It's Game 1 of 162 and hopefully some change. So I'll go out there and hopefully get this season started on the right foot. There's times where you go out there to pitch a game and as soon as you're done warming up, it starts pouring rain. You just have to learn to experience how to stay ready in those situations.feedback

Mar 13 2017

I always have a tendency to tip pitches. I think it's just the way I grip the ball. My hands are pretty big, and if I'm not paying attention, I do little things. They've got everything on video, so they know all the little things that I do.feedback

Mar 13 2017

From some of the swings they were taking on it. It didn't seem like they knew what was coming.feedback

Mar 08 2017

I think all in all, I just got to take it with a grain of salt. It wasn't the outcome I was looking for, but I felt good out there.feedback

Mar 08 2017

I'm just trying to think about the big picture and in my head I'm trying to go out there and work on certain things. I was maintaining [the stuff]. I'm not going to jump ship after a crazy outing like this. I think it's going to help me in the long run, but I'm just going to keep working at it. Who knows? Maybe I'll do it enough times and be comfortable with it that it'll help me out of the windup in the future. So I'm just not shutting that door either.feedback

Mar 08 2017

The first one was poorly executed. And the second one was 0-2, I asked [catcher Pedro Severino] if I executed because I thought I did and he went out and got it. Tip your cap.feedback

Mar 03 2017

I'm not trying to reinvent myself, but just trying to simplify things as much as I can and be able to repeat my mechanics. I feel like as I've gotten older, for whatever reason, the windup's just been an issue as far as getting that right feeling of staying on the mound, not drifting too much toward first- or third-base side on my leg kick, and sticking the landing a little bit better.feedback

Mar 03 2017

You just never know. It just might be something that takes your game to the next level.feedback

Mar 03 2017

I'm not trying to reinvent myself. But I'm trying to simplify things as much as I can. It's a pitch that I still want to throw because I think it's effective, but to certain guys. I think I got into a habit of throwing it to pitchers last year and it's like I don't really need to do that so it's just trying to stick within the percentages that I know are good for me and hopefully good for the long haul.feedback

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