"It was nice to just to get away and relax," Logan said. "It helps to be able to start the second half fresh. I just relaxed and had a chance to enjoy another culture. I got to see what was going on down there, with different foods and different drinks."
"I feel comfortable up there," said Logan, who started last night against Detroit lefty Mike Maroth in his first game against his former team. "I just drew one of the best guys. If I had my pick, it wouldn't have been him. But you have to go out there when you're name is in the lineup. I'm not afraid."