I've been working with Gene Clines and Gary Matthews in Spring Training and during the season. One time, Clines got ticked off with me because I was trying to hit the ball out of the ballpark all the time. He said, 'You're strong enough, just put the bat on the ball and it will go by itself.' By that time, I was ticked off at him, too. He was trying to help me. I apologized to him.
The best you could do is forget about it and move on. You grow up. You relax, and when you relax you get more mature. In the game, you're going to make mistakes. You never expect D-Lee to miss a ball like that with how good he is. Cedeno makes an error, so I went over there and slapped him on the back. You just give him support, tell them to keep their head up.
If I hurt somebody's feelings, I go right to them and talk to them and explain what happens. Sometimes I'm mad at myself because I left a pitch in the middle. It's big when you leave a pitch in the middle. When I make that mistake, it's frustrating for me. I have to think about what I did wrong and go to the next step.