â€œAt first, I was a little bit disappointed,â€ Broadway said about returning to the minors. â€œBut once I talked to the Mets brass and what they had in mind for me, it makes complete sense. They want me to start. If they want me to start, well, Iâ€™ve only thrown a few innings here and there. So the only rational idea would be to go back to the minors and do so. And I have no problem with it.
â€œThere will be a slight build-up process. The most Iâ€™ve gone is three innings a week ago, and before that it would be like an inning here, two innings there. But I donâ€™t expect it to be a long process. My whole body is used to being a starter for so many years that it will be an easy transition. Iâ€™d say two starts and Iâ€™d be back to normal. Thatâ€™s not a concern whatsoever.â€
â€œMy curveball and my changeup are both my â€˜outâ€™ pitches,â€ Broadway said. â€œMy changeup has always stunk most of the time, except for this year for some reason itâ€™s been really good. So I throw that more so than I ever have in my life. And Iâ€™ve started to throw a cutter. Itâ€™s not really that great, but at times itâ€™s a good pitch for me.â€