Since 1918, the only Major Leaguer to start a career with 25 scoreless appearances was Oakland's Brad Ziegler, with 29 in 2008.
It's an impressive feat for any pitcher, let alone a 25-year-old selected in the Rule 5 Draft who had never pitched above Double-A ball while in the Brewers organization.
"You would never ever expect something like this to play out," manager Eric Wedge said. "You figure it's a long shot to make the team when you Rule 5 somebody. Not only has he done that, he's been a great contributor to our bullpen in a specialty role.
"He's met every challenge so far. At some point in time, he'll have a bump in the road and we'll see how he handles that. But to this point in time, he's handled everything well. I don't think anybody could have expected what he's doing right now. Not this quick anyway."