"Somehow from spring to the beginning of the season, I just completely got out of whack," said Boyer, who has a 15.00 ERA in nine innings. "It's frustrating after 19 years in the game and you feel like you fall off a bicycle and you get back on and don't know how to ride it again. I'm glad to be back to my normal self."
"We've got to protect our starting pitching," he said. "I'm more concerned with blowing our bullpen out before June."