Matt Williams wanted his players to be upset at themselves after Thursday night’s debacle of a loss.
Matt Williams wanted his players to be upset about last night’s debacle, but he also wanted them to leave it behind when they left the ballpark and return today committed to playing better ball.
Matt Williams knew there would come a time when he would be tested as a big-league manager for the first time. Not for anything he did or said in the dugout during a game.
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JUPITER, Fla. — Bryce Harper plays baseball with emotion, and Matt Williams has made it clear he doesn't want his young star to lose that competitive fire.