"If he hits a fly ball there, it's not the end of the game," O'Day said. "It's a tied game, so that was the worst we were going for. These hitters have been around a while, so I've faced a lot of these hitters, so there's no secret how I throw, so sequence does matter. You try to mix it up. [They're thinking] he won't throw three in a row. He won't throw four in a row, five in a row. You throw a bunch of high fastballs there and you depend on your catcher to recognize when to try something else. [Wieters] made a nice call. He called a great inning for me, so you've got to give him credit for keeping those hitters guessing."