"I saw Chris three times, and I threw to him, and that was it," Coolbaugh said. "It wasn't anything that I physically [did] with him, or used the offseason with any one-on-one sessions to change something. ... I had talked to Chris more about some of the mental stuff we had talked about — being more aggressive swinging in the zone. He had taken some pitches last year, and being more proactive, being more aggressive. That's about the only thing that I really talked about on the mental side, but physically, on the physical or mechanical side of things, I really didn't see him enough to make any changes or do anything to address that."