“It was pretty ordinary,” McAdam said of the debut, “There was so much build up and so much in the way of expectations for this guy.”
He went on to say, “We were really looking forward to this but baseball doesn’t lend itself to a sort of one game evaluation.”
He mentioned that though he is finally in the big leagues, it’ll be a while until we really know what he can bring, “It’s really going to take a while to see what can be, but obviously last night was a start and it was one that had a lot of value and anticipation attached to it.”
Afterwards, McAdam discussed starting pitcher Clay Buchholz’s finish to the season. “Out of the last six or seven starts, there was one bad one,” he said.
He went to say that, “Last night was kind of a step backwards "
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