After giving up nine runs on 11 hits in his previous start, James Shields took some corrective measures. "Obviously, sometimes you get hit around a little bit in Spring Training but I wanted to end strong," Shields said. "I worked really hard with Dave [Eiland, pitching coach] in the bullpen between these starts and it was good news. I translated it right into the game, so it was good."
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