And consider that Gonzalez entered with the game on the line in the seventh Monday. With runners on second and third and two outs, he struck out Jason Kubel on a 96 mph fastball that Kubel tipped into Matt Wieters' glove.
Gonzalez struck out the side in the eighth to bridge the gap to Gregg.
So, in case you went to sleep Monday night, I'll recap it for you. Gonzalez faced four batters, struck out all of them. Really.
"Gonzo has been pitching well for a while now," Showalter said. "He is attacking the zone, he is pitching with a purpose and he has a good look in his eye, and hopefully we will benefit from it the next five weeks."