Jun 18, 2013|
John Farrell postgame press conference
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
Got that feel except for segregating force obvious by the -- shut -- innings it's the deepest he's gone this year and eight innings completed. Felt like. He more than did his job tonight. One run. You know spread onboard. Go to Bailey things didn't work out on a fastball up and away much like the pitch to readers of the day. -- don't bails out. He's our closer we've got more to do you know it's the same pitch that he's been -- on with the -- -- last two times out. And we've got to get more consistent there's no doubt buddies are close. -- where we are with with Rossi -- so we had to put him on the disabled list he still haven't symptoms. With a concussion. The felt that the other day in. In Baltimore I kind of brought some of those symptoms back. We couldn't get a catcher here in time for the start of the second game so salty back there again tonight and once again a very good job calling game panel and a front tonight against their lineup but that's where we are now with what normally -- taken -- place. Some. Typically knowing that. -- gonna coming out of the meddling. He handled every woman Elena wolf tonight but it's. That's and his job and Felix more than did his work and an outstanding effort on this fourth and I. Lot of strikes. I -- you know he didn't have that. Stretch of hitters where it lost strikes on -- issued a couple base on balls you attack the zone all night. Fastball command. But he threw a number cutters tonight -- the right handers on us was malls break you know bearing boring in on the I any was able to storm dollar was curveball changeup so it was a four pitch -- that he had command of when you deliver your job force. Well thankfully we we got the last moment I'm swinging an emotional strain on our on our side but it's he -- out. You know did you makes it one heck of -- defense of play to keep that inning from extending. In the top of the ninth. But. In the Jennings had even in a limited number of at bats against -- I think that's the second time is taken deep. In its. Very timely obviously. Didn't feel like we have enough time we need to start on Saturday. Didn't feel like we had enough time to give him the proper amount of work two to prepare for that start to wanna take any chances in this way. His first eligibility would be Monday that -- an off -- so it could shift to Tuesday when he first available so we. We can get a couple of work. Days including some simulated stuff on the road and Detroit. Well is the place settings can be on a fastball up. You know if you're gonna go -- and look up with him patent and right now. You know there's not that second gear that we've seen this fast forward to beat -- number hitters. Was some velocity up in the strikes on. You know they've taken a number of borderline breaking pitches so two things one is -- good fastball down and be a little more consistent in the secondary pitch to get them off. Just looking hard all the time in the back. He's improved he was available to pinch hit today hopeful he'll be back on the field or available we'll play defensively tomorrow. While there's improvement today felt like in his first or second strives to be an explosive with the running was gonna grab and so. -- available defensively today.
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