"Sander did a good job, a real good job," Aberdeen manager Gary Allenson said. "He threw strikes. He threw strike one a lot. He might have got a little tired there toward the end, but he finished up good. He spots his fastball well, and he's got a nice little slider that breaks late. He obviously wasn't intimidated by his first pro game. The key was he stayed in his rhythm. We have too many guys down here who will try and throw the ball too hard, and it's ball one, ball two, then guess what's coming to dinner, a fastball. Stay in your rhythm. That's how Greg Maddux won 355 games. It wasn't because he threw hard."