JJO's blog post this evening has this after Paulino's 5IP, 1ER performance:
"He showed today how good he can be in the future for this team," Tejada said of Paulino. "I think he's going to be learning how to pitch. By the power that he has in his arm, I think he just needs to learn how to pitch and learn how to pitch in the big leagues. I think that kid is going to be like Verlander or Greinke later on his career because he throws. He just needs to learn how make the location like the way he did today."
"We've always said all along this kid is a work in progress. He's definitely a power arm. We just got to get him more consistent and make him more a pitcher than a thrower and he'll get better. He's got the stuff to definitely (have) the chance to be a No. 2 or No. 3 starter here in the big leagues. That's what we're looking forward toward. His fastball was real good and when he was able to spot it and put it in real good locations he got his outs. Again, we're talking about a guy with a power arm really and truly learning to pitch up here."