"You throw a guy four straight curveballs at 78, 79 [mph], you got it in their mind to set up for something 78. And to get a fastball down and away, that's pretty much the perfect spot," Cosart said. "I think it might have just froze him and caught him off-guard. That was huge. I take a lot of pride in that."
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