"I struggled a little bit with fastball command, but overall it was a step in the right direction," Ross said. "I got my pitch count up, I got to mix in some more off-speed, tried to work out of some jams, but I came out of it feeling good and I'll just work on the fastball command moving forward."
Ross said he threw more changeups Wednesday than he had in his previous two outings and that he was happy with the results.
"I got some good action, some good strikes with it, a couple ground balls, a swing and miss or two," Ross said. "It's definitely something I've been working on, and it's nice to it in the game."
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