"I think the book is out on me," Gausman said. "I think guys know they're going to get hard fastballs and I'm going to throw them up and I'm going to throw them in and I'm going to throw splitters down in the zone. So if you're able to rewrite the book every time they go into the dugout, to [make them say], 'Oh, was that a splitter? No, it was a slider.' And guys say, 'Oh [man], he has a slider now? He's able to throw that for a strike?' I think that changes the way they think the next time they go out."