I just wasn't executing pitches. I was leaving fastballs over the middle of the plate, really wasn't getting ahead, so I was leaving them in fastball counts so they were able to sit on things. Just wasn't very good.
I'm not necessarily saying I saw it coming. I wanted to be here as long as I could, and I think I did that. I understand being sent down for some things I need to work on and get better at. It's part of it, so go take care of business and get back up here.
When you hear reports the last two years the Yankees are trying to get back under the threshold because they don't want to pay the tax that they're paying now after multiple years, I think it does work, and at some point teams have to look in the mirror and say, "Should we keep doing business the way that we are?" You hope that the Dodgers eventually get there.
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