He's been looking great so far, and with 3 wins and 4 saves (with 13 K and a 1.88 ERA and .91 WHIP) in 14 innings, he's in absolutely no danger of losing his job based upon giving up a homer to a good hitter. To the contrary, if indeed his new delivery has fixed some of his control problems, he'll not only have the closers job locked down all year, but might actually finish with top-tier numbers. He certainly has wicked stuff. The Brewers will certainly be scrapping for wins, which would put him on the mound quite a bit.
Glad I picked him off the FA list right after he picked up his first save.
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