"We all know what Joey is capable of," Showalter said. "We want to see him take that next step. You come into that as a Rule 5 guy, you're playing with house money, you're playing with your hair on fire, letting it rip. Then all of a sudden, you come in and know that you're competing and the tiebreaker may be the option. I think it's a little different mindset, and he's trying to get three hits the first game. A lot of times, I've said it to a lot of the guys that step back, take a deep breath and say, 'OK where's my lot right now?' If you don't wallow around in self-pity about it, you control it. He controlled it and he's back here now."