"I think he was seeing the ball good. After he got that first hit, he was maybe trying to do a little too much," Daubach said. "But no, he looked fine. We'll see how he is tonight and get back out there tomorrow."
"He seems ready to go," Harrisburg manager Brian Daubach said. "Went through the pre-game workouts fine, had a smile on his face like he usually does when he's ready to go. First at-bat, smoked that ball. The double play I thought was really good. That was a tough turn, I thought he might've been out. It was a close play. But the ball took him running deep in the hole, and that's a really hard turn to make right there, and he made it as good as you can make it."