"Ron [Roenicke], everybody has been great about it," Wooten said.
Wooten entered Sunday with a 0.75 ERA in his first 11 big league appearances. He didn't allow a run in the first 10, logging 11 scoreless innings to come within two innings of Mike Adams' Brewers record to begin a Major League career.
Wooten's scoreless streak ended when he surrendered a go-ahead run against the Reds on Friday, a game the Brewers won in the bottom of the ninth inning on Jonathan Lucroy's two-run home run.
"It feels a lot better because we won," Wooten said. "It was a great run, but I didn't think about that when I was out there. I wasn't happy about giving up that run. But one run, you know we can come back from that. And we did. Lucroy got me off the hook."
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