The righty, who made his return to the Rockies rotation less than three months after finishing chemotherapy, was spectacular in his 2017 debut, throwing seven scoreless innings as the Rockies got a 3-0 win.
The 28-year-old Bettis finished his last round of treatment in May, two months after doctors discovered his testicular cancer had spread.
"Chad threw pitches into the sixth inning, which was great," Black said.
Jon Gray and Chad Bettis each took steps to playing in big-league games once again Tuesday.
In late December he announced a doctor told him he was cancer free. But this spring, a biopsy indicated that cancerous cells still existed and had spread.
Bettis is being treated in nearby Scottsdale, not far from his home.
Bettis said Friday he will undergo chemotherapy "very soon" to again fight testicular cancer.
"I feel great," said Bettis on SiriusXM MLB Network Radio's Power Alley show Wednesday.
Rockies’ Chad Bettis says he expects to make a full recovery after being diagnosed with testicular cancer
Bettis had surgery in late November, and he told ESPN he expects to make a full recovery. Bettis added that he'll be ready for spring training in February.
Rockies week in review: You have a better chance of seeing a quality start than predicting the Tooth Trot winner this year, which is cool
Rockies starters have logged 57 quality starts this year, a dramatic improvement from last year.
Colorado's won 10 of 14 games since the All-Star break.
Colorado got good outings from everyone as it completed a 5-1 homestand.
Nolan Arenado went 3-for-5 with two RBIs and made two snazzy defensive plays in the Rockies' 11-5 win over Pittsburgh on Thursday.