Pena hit a slow rooler to Matsuzaka to end the inning. The stats may not seems so but Matsuzaka definitely looks hittable. Come on, it's Royals. His fastballs reached 94 probably only twice. If it were against Indian or Blue Jays, he would been hit hard for sure.
You do realize: 1) he can dial it up to 95-97 when it's not cold (was clocked in this range repeatedly in spring training)
2) there is a lot more to pitching than just the speed of a fastball. Matsuzaka is NOT a fastball pitcher.. he throws over 60% breaking balls... more than any other pitcher (other than wakefield) in the Boston rotation. That 93-95mph fastball looks like a 98mph heater when you've been looking at 70-80mph breaking balls most of the time.
He dominated teams MUCH better than the royals in spring training as well.. this is the norm... not the exception.
Not saying he's the next Pedro, nor that he is unhittable.. but he's very likely going to be the best #3 starter in the majors by the end of hte season.