"He was hearing the whistle good," Berkman said Monday. "Even when he didn't hear it, his counters were good on Saturday, too. There were numerous times when it looked like their guy got the better of the whistle, but his counters were able to tie him up and get the ball out of there. He did a really good job of that. And he was winning a lot of them by himself. He was taking some of the wings out of the equation."