“[He] definitely [made] it a lot easier,” Scott said. “He’s a guy with great experience. He is one of the best closers in the game. It was awesome to have him here. It’s sad to see him go. Yeah, after [a rough outing], I’d be like, ‘Hey, Zach, what did you see?’ and he would be like, ‘Hey, just let it go. We’ll talk about it tomorrow.’ The first thing when we’d get here, we’d go over it. You try to flush it, re-evaluate it and see what I was doing and then work on it.