"You always kind of expect yourself to do good," Hart said. "Not in a way of arrogance or cockiness, but just you always have high expectations to yourself. I set myself a high standard and hold myself there, but numbers-wise, I didn't expect to give up one run over nine or 10 innings. But that's what you've got to do as a relief pitcher. I've still got to finish off strong because you want to go into the season on a good note, and when the time comes, hopefully I'll be there on Opening Day. That was the goal, to have a good spring training and hopefully earn that right and that opportunity."