"Every time these guys go on the field, they're up for fodder, for ridicule," Showalter said. "We're watching these follies and stuff between innings and you glance up there and some guy has made himself look ridiculous or whatever — players on the bench don't laugh much. They kind of cringe, because that can be you. And the whole world sees it. So, Caleb, the whole offseason, people are talking about the RBI thing, how he got hurt, and whatever. It takes a pretty strong constitution to go, 'Yea, OK. That's true.' You guys know how he responded to it. He talked about it, made fun or whatever. But believe me, down deep, he wasn't happy about it.