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The two-run home run that leadoff man Chris Heisey hit in the fifth was off a two-seam fastball that "got away from me," Latos said. "It was supposed to be down and away."
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"Everything feels great, body feels 100%, arm feels 100%," said Latos, "It’s just a matter of coming in tomorrow and getting my work in."
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"I can't complain about anything," Latos said. "I wanted to go out and keep the ball down in the zone and get ahead and I did all that."
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"I made two mistakes the whole ballgame," said Latos. "Everything felt fine. My arm felt fine. I was a little bit nervous before the game. I was excited to get out there and compete in front of the fans."
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"The accuracy comes when I put the time in and I need to do that consistently. That's unacceptable to throw two balls like that."
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"His stuff was good, [good] velocity, there was crispness to his breaking stuff. I thought he threw the ball well," Black said of Latos, who threw 94 pitches, 58 for strikes. "From the time he got here today, he was pretty locked in."