"In any role, you go out there and just get outs," Veal said. "No matter what it is, what role it is, if I come in the fourth inning or the ninth inning, up by 10 or down by 10. We all try to get out there and get outs."
"Again, in the right situation it's Reeder," manager Robin Ventura said. "This [Cleveland] team's a little different because they're so left-handed dominant. I still trust him. It's just I want him to have the right matchups when he's going in there."