"I had some tough pitches. I thought they pitched me very well in my first five, but I felt really good," he said. "I was just looking for that one mistake and I was able to get it in that last at-bat."
"He knows how to pitch," said Aybar, who entered the game in a 0-for-16 skid. "Every day, when he is on the mound, you have to compete because you know he is going to compete."