That says a lot about the attitude of the team after the game. It was opening day, the happiest day of the year for the Reds and the fans, but through all of the excitement he didn't say something like "What happened in the game was unfortunate, but it was great to be a part of opening day in Cincinnati." That is what I want to see after a game. He didn't care about his sac fly, or the celebrations goin on, all he cared about was his performance and the team's performance.
After most of the group had broken up, someone mentioned the sac fly in his first at-bat and he perked up a little bit.
"That was awesome," he said. "It could've been a great day..."