"It was good," Hart said. "You don't want to say take a step back, catch your breath, but it's different not pitching in front of a lot of people. Your focus level is higher, I think, just because you've got to remind yourself that you're still trying to get outs. It was good. I almost went two innings the first outing, so that was good. I got my pitch count up there to like 35, I think. And the next two times I think I threw 10-15 pitches. That was it. So that was good."