"It was good after that," Showalter said. "One inning, sometimes at this level. … Kind of snowballed on him. I know that the balls-to-strikes may not show it, but his command, I thought was better, and he really gave us a chance there. A lot of guys, the negative thought is, 'I'm not going to have a good outing,' but he figured out a way to keep us in that ballgame and kept us from using up a lot of the bullpen. We got back in it because Wade didn't give in."