"It was just trying to make pitches to slow the game down," Britton said. "I thought that was the biggest thing, the biggest adjustment I've been able to make over the years — slow the game down and be able to think it through a little bit more. It was good. Schoopy made a great play, J.J. with that turn. … It just changes the whole momentum of the game, that double play, and that's why it's big. That's why if I can get that sinker going, it plays so big in the ninth."