"Understand, I'm not agreeing with that," he said. "I'm saying Tea has a really good arm. I would match his pure arm strength up against anybody. He can suck the air out of the infield throwing the ball down to second. I did infield a few times in spring training, which is a highlight for me, and when you hear a ball come out of a guy's hand -- it's kind of like a guy with a good curveball. You can hear it. He can whistle it. It's pretty effortless, too."