RON WASHINGTON: He's getting an MRI. We'll know more about it tomorrow. It wasn't difficult. Beltre said he could play.
Q. You mentioned Fister. What did you see in him?
RON WASHINGTON: Same thing you always see. Good sink, good breaking ball, good command. He came out. The first nine or ten pitches he threw in the ballgame were strikes. That's him. He attacked the strike zone. He's going to make you put the ball in play. He did a good job tonight. You have to tip your hat.
Q. On the ball that you said was supposed to be away to Cabrera, up and away, with Martinez on deck looking hobbled, did you think about really pitching around him there to get to Martinez and see if he could swing the bat?
RON WASHINGTON: That's what we was trying to do.
Q. Ron, how concerned are you about Michael Young's struggles and are you maybe considering moving him out of the four hole?