"I really shouldn't put that burden on myself," he said. "It's a thing you tend to do because, yeah, I want to be there for my teammates, but I haven't had any consistency. I've had a couple good games, then a bad one. A couple good games, then a bad one. I've just got to go out and pitch when it's my turn to pitch and not worry about anything else. Just pitch, that's it.
"I've got to learn to leave all the other stuff behind, whether we're struggling and lost three in a row or whatever, and don't try and say, 'Hey, I've got to try and pull us out of this.' You get caught up in trying to be the guy that turns everything around and you just create more struggles for yourself and for everyone, really, for the whole team, because it's tough to pitch with pressure like that."
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