"Sure. That's all dictated by how well he throws in the bullpen," he said. "If he goes out there and attacks it and dominates it, we'll definitely look for an opportunity to get him back into the rotation. But he's going to have to show us something. That's being conveyed to him very clearly, with the hope and expectation that he will rise up and show us something."
"Honestly, today's the best I've felt," said Mitchell, who has a 16.50 ERA in the first inning this season and a 6.07 ERA overall. "I felt like it was the best repertoire I've had. ... I've just got to limit those walks."