Just caught this post from Tyler Kepner:
Last year, it was not an effective pitch for him. "It kind of stayed straight or got hit real far," Chamberlain said.
In light of this, I'm not worried about the 49 pitches it took Joba to get through 2.1 innings.
Billy Traber gave up his first hit of the spring finishing off the inning for Joba. He also notched a K.
IPK went 4 innings, 2 hits, 1 BB, 1K.
Oh yeah, that Rivera fellow pitched a 13 pitch, 1-2-3 inning.