"As far as lingering and things like that, I guess it's probably 'yes' somewhat, but you can't stay with it too long," said Orioles manager Buck Showalter. "I've seen veteran players like the Yankees have, stuff like that affects them. Guys aren't robots. They have emotions and feelings, too. They've got a lot of want-to and that's what's really frustrating for a guy like Jason Berken, who's almost wanting it too much. I think [Michael Gonzalez's] going through that some, too. It's tough as a relief pitcher when you're not pitching multiple innings. You have a bad start as a starter and you go back out there in five days and hang six or seven zeros up there, you've got an opportunity. But as a relief pitcher you're trying to get back three or four bad outings, tough outings, with one outing and it doesn't work that way."