That was evident in how sharp he was in his first start since April 23. He threw only 79 pitches, allowing just four hits and two runs. Most importantly for all parties, he pronounced himself fine on the all-important day after. It feels like it did after I threw in April when he was healthy, ... There's normal soreness. It feels all right. I don't see any problem with going every five days.
We're here (in San Antonio) for the rest of the year, but we don't know where the rest of the home games will be played. For now, we're trying to find apartments and gain some kind of familiarity and get our schedule set up day-by-day. It's a process. We're getting there. Next week, we'll be back to normal, except for our home games.