On quality of at-bats versus Hernandez: "There were a lot of quality at-bats. They didn't always show up with a base hit, but he gets so many outs with his slider that leaves the zone. We didn't let him get too many of those tonight. He's such a total pitcher – fastball, slider, curveball, changeup – and talking to [bullpen coach and former Mariners pitching coach Rick Adair] in the advance meeting about the approach you have to have with those guys, there's a very fine margin of error. He's pretty special. Not many pitchers make a living out of getting you out of the strike zone and make the ball appear as a hittable pitch and it leaves the zone. He's one of those guys that can get you out of the strike zone, but when he does try to take you out of it, you can't let him. It's a lot easier said than done, believe me. He's been doing it for quite a while at a young age."