"I wanted him to start the inning clean," Showalter said. "He had six days off, a lot of adrenaline going. … He's got a lot more fastball there, too. I didn't want him to leave here without getting an inning under his belt. … You can see why everybody is excited about his stuff. [Bowie pitching coach] Alan Mills and [manager] Gary [Kendall], they've done a great job. Two years ago, this guy was playing shortstop."