After the play, Stewart threw his arms up and pointed twice at Foster, earning the ejection.
"I was shocked," Stewart said. "In the regular season, I'm probably going back and probably figuring out what the whole situation was. In the moment, I hesitated and I thought better of it. I came in the dugout. It wasn't worth it."
Stewart said that he never cursed and thought he only pointed once at Foster, but if he pointed a second time after Foster warned him -- as he did -- then Stewart acknowledged he would've deserved the ejection.
"Everybody's asking me, 'Who gets thrown out in a Spring Training game?'" Stewart said. "Well, it's this guy right now. ... I don't want to be in here after the second inning. I want to be out there on the field seeing pitches, catching my pitchers, getting a feel for them."