His big league stint didn't last to Memorial Day, but he saw a few more days in the Majors around the Fourth of July before going to Triple-A Toledo for good.
He's back in camp, but with so few spots open on the pitching staff, he's in a much different situation. This has very much the feel of a learning camp for him.
"He's a very top-notch talent," manager Jim Leyland said. "He just has to learn the art of pitching a little bit more and refine his skills a little bit. But he's a tremendous talent."