From there, Ynoa cruised. Riding a sinker/slider combo that lived low in the zone, he didn't allow another hit until a one-out nubber from shortstop Daniel Roberterson. He hit a batter and issued a walk in that span, but was otherwise in control. Most of the contact off him was soft, and he kept the ball on the ground effectively. Ynoa said the gameplan was to work down in the zone with his fastball, and Showalter said he was able to get by with just almost exclusively fastballs and sliders because his "command was a lot better" than his previous two starts this month.