"I can't believe he swung that late," Federowicz said. "I don't think I was any closer than normal."
• Right-handed reliever Chris Withrow, who walked three and threw two wild pitches, allowing his first earned run, in 1 1/3 innings Friday, said he "got out of rhythm [in the ninth]. I think I was rushing a little bit. I'm just going to get back to basics. I think it's an easy fix."
It was not his first extended stint. Withrow (0.96 ERA) pitched two innings April 4, and most of his Minor League background was as a starter, so sitting between the eighth and ninth was not likely a cause for the sudden wildness.
Earl Bloom is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.