They should give him a playstation in the dugout.... I've seen him pitch great and pitch horrible in many games, and the difference always is, you can tell he's thinking when he's doing badly and is aware of the score, aware of everything, he appears distracted and sulking, when he pitches good, he catchs the ball, get on the rubber, reads the sign and pitches it... It's like he's on autopilot. As soon as he starts thinking, look out.
I'm not saying he's dumb or anything.. I was the same way as a hitter. When I was "see the ball hit the ball" I was fine, if I starting thinking, I was in trouble.