Jun 22, 2013|
John Farrell postgame press conference
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
-- Well before runs given back and first thing. Can set the tone for the evening I thought overall though there was. The better assortment of secondary stuff. You know they're able to manufacture the woman in the fourth inning. In and fired to gain. And he kept us there from four plus innings but. I felt like where we were in line -- left is coming those chassis -- right there -- Of course didn't work out today in terms of what sure. You know I think you've settled down after the first inning and then pitched fairly effectively -- service serve in between. This first through those first yeah I don't know he throws a decent person -- as it goes down it's a ballpark for the Grand Slam. Puts. Again to writers authority through an -- change if for some swing and miss. -- I think you know we only have three starts to go by but it's. And he's going to be a very good pitcher and it still strike throwing early in the count. It is where. Additional consistency needs to be but when you look at the overall crossed off it's very -- This is the second street servers and instrument four runs in the first loser. See you at all under -- there in the for certain having difficulty settling. Yeah. Probably. You know -- the latter just trying to get into the rhythm of the game and establish a Potomac but that didn't go to put to a couple of -- singles. Of the walk. And benefits of regular facility and there's going to be a lot of one ups that he faces in. Like to see a couple of quick out through an inning just just salaam to get into that room. Us and misses it. -- earnings news but things. Well. Once see he got them to acknowledge secondary facility to go to two to slow them down a little bit and -- have to throw some fastballs by some guys would. I think there were some flashes inside this outing that we saw all spring training and that site is a very good stuff but it's. Against this lineup that. It. Quick strike critique corporate numbers on the board before us real. -- there it is important. But when he's got all the the pitchers and a raw stuff that you're here in California and pitcher. It's a matter of consistency and it's a matter of repetition particularly at this level work. From a bats would back the ability to execute pitches is it is the number one thing. It's what what's made their shares are so. You know what he uses two or three different types of fastballs we're just kind of you know not already certain and get ahead in the count but he had very good location was fastball is a bit ability to reach back. Three very good pitchers overall ordinance through his boys eleven and -- -- He felt a little discomfort in that left shoulder went and did they get him at the time so. We'll be reexamine -- when he comes in the moral potential for a deal. Yeah in the in the general area but there until we get further examine -- your specific at this point. Yeah he's so he's not full speed but -- is able to play first base is not a -- outfield obviously by the way is front and but. As a -- there. The certainly required to keep up here for an hour at seven point oh we we we've got to get an army here because of the need to enable -- sorrows so I said to be determined. Recently we've still got some conversation.
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