"I don't think it's mechanics, because I felt good, I felt locked in from the get-go," he said. "It was just a matter of being too fine. I was too fine with some of those pitches, and then the 3-2 pitch when I walked in a runner, I was too fine and I missed by a couple inches. And that's the difference between staying in a game, pulling it around and getting pulled. I feel good right now, I feel like I have good stuff, my velocity was good today. Curveball was the best it's ever been, changeup was a little bit inconsistent, but overall I was attacking the zone and throwing a lot of strikes up until that fourth inning where I was too fine and didn't get the job done."