"Of course [it is concerning]," Showalter said. "When you see somebody that's that good. His shoulder feels good. He had a little groin that's fine, not an issue. Like a lot of guys, if I told you every little thing that guys got treated before starts, we'd be in here all day. Guys, bullpen guys, we're looking at a lot of different things after every game to see if there's something we need to make an adjustment with. We'll continue to do that. If I didn't know better, it's almost like was going through like a spring training dead-arm period almost. But his pure velocity or whatever is very similar. It's just the finish on the pitches and some of the command of things. He's usually a guy with really good command."