"Well, first of all, in the American League, it's very easy to say, 'Oh, he wasn't throwing at him,' but pitchers don't have to wear that," Showalter said. "It hurts, OK? You all go stand in there and hammer a ball off your foot, or get hit in the rib cage or wherever. There's an initial reaction. Manny understands, but it's not 'que sera sera.' You're happy about everything. Go on with the game. Tim did what he felt like he needed to do. Just like Tyler wasn't throwing at anybody. I understand where they were coming from. But it's another thing about, I think, if pitchers had a feel for how that feels … Obviously, he's not doing that with [Trumbo] and the guys hitting behind him, but I can understand Manny's reaction."