Originally Posted by Austin Kearns
Agreed... and we saw big time evidence of that in his first start. He works so quickly like he knows exactly what he needs to do pitches in advance. He just kept coming at them without any hesitation, and the D Backs never had a chance.
i'm sure that's one thing they teach pitchers is to get in a good rhythm - don't work too fast and don't work too slow. pitcher's who work so slow make games boring for me, regardless of if they are dominating or not.