"If you can keep doing that, then you get to make that decision on your own," he said.
"I made three really big mistakes to guys who can drive the ball well. That's what ended up changing the game and that's what ended up costing us," Cain said. "I don't want to nibble and I don't want to go away from the strike zone. I'm going to try to attack guys. Obviously, you want to keep the ball in the park, but I've always been a guy that can elevate the ball. But sometimes when it's elevated to certain guys and you leave in certain areas, it's prone to go out."