In an interview with Thomas Harding for MLB.com, the right-handed starter acknowledged that he is now more confident. "When I trust myself, I shoot better," he stressed.
In his first outing of spring training, Senzatela was punished by the Los Angeles Angels' bats.
Asked about his performance in that challenge, he said that "I'm moving forward and turning the page."
"I'll be working on my bullpen in two days and I'll be doing my last start of the camps," he said.
For his part, Colorado manager Bud Black hopes that the Venezuelan avoids leaving pitches in a comfortable zone.
"That, to me, is what defines a quality starter," Black said.
“I've always said that at certain points in the game, the starter will be under pressure. His ability to throw a good pitch makes the difference between a good start and a bad start,” he concluded.