"I don't show my emotions, but I do have to pitch with a fire in my belly," Tillman said. "I know that, if I'm capable of making a pitch, and I completely miss and do something stupid and don't execute, I get mad at myself, but I don't let anyone else know it. I don't let the other team know it. Why should I tell the other team what I did by accident? I want them to think I did it on purpose. To me, I've got to pitch, you could say, pitch in a bad mood. But I don't let too much get to me. If I go out and do my job, I know, win or loss, I gave my team a chance."