Did Renteria give the young outfielder any advice to avoid any more collisions?
"He's going to play the way he plays," Renteria said. "When you have guys who are giving you great effort, you want them to continue to do what they do. Will he have a greater sense or awareness of the wall? Probably, and that's a good thing. I don't think we want to take away his innate aggressiveness to want to catch everything that's hit to him."
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