62 pitches, 30 strikes. Perhaps the 126 pitch San Diego start took a lot out of him. he looked unsure of his fastball and he couldn't place his breaking ball.
Moments like that and you ponder Narron and the previous workload he was encumbered with this past week. On the other hand Narron yanked him quick enough to not incur greater damage on his arm or the scoreboard.
And yet his 2 inning start is something to think about when he takes the mound next, fatigue? Or something else?
Also note that the comeback has pushed that outing off the pages of the local paper.