“I don’t want to take away his raw power, but it would help him out to make a little more contact, to give himself an opportunity,” he said. “I just saw last year. Last year, watching, he was behind in the count so often. So yesterday, it’s 3-0, and I yelled at him, yelled something out there to make sure he knew I’m freeing it up. I want him to move the barrel. I want him to be on time with the fastball. I want him to be more aggressive at the plate in the right situations. He was aggressive yesterday, and walked twice. That’s what’s going to happen.