"We just wanted him to come out a little bit more, be out of his comfort zone, and be a little more, not exactly vocal but just be more comfortable with what he's doing back there. I think last night, I really saw that, and that's why I was so encouraged. You saw that with a lot of nonverbal communication with the pitchers. You saw him reinforcing pitchers, you saw guys comfortable with buying breaking balls with two strikes and him dropping it right between his feet. Just did a really nice job — came off the field with energy, talked in between innings, all those types of things that are the intangible part of catching. Chance is growing. That was good to see last night."