"He wants to do well," Showalter said of Jimenez. "He was better this time than last time out, and we hope he can take it and go with it. First batter was, what, a four-pitch walk? Then he settled in and pitched OK after that. If you care a lot, you are going to grind it and think about things. But when you get out there between the lines, hopefully, it's a building point and [you] go from there. But it was better."