Literally. They pay for it.
Mackanin has a policy to make sure his players are held accountable, so he fines everyone $1 each time any Philly commits an error.
Per Mark Townsend of Yahoo Sports:
Mackanin said Franco’s error – the third baseman lost a pop-up in the sun on Saturday afternoon despite having sunglasses resting on the brim of his hat – warranted one of the manager’s team-wide fines. The team is penalized each time a player slips up, whether it’s not hustling or failing to get a bunt down. The manager hopes the rest of the team gets on the player who brought on the fine.
"I don't get it," Mackanin said after a 13-8 loss to Pittsburgh. "He lost the ball in the sun. We're going to have to fine him a dollar."
Franco made sure to wear his shades the next inning. He said he just forgot to wear them. Franco responded with a diving catch and hit a grand slam in the seventh. It was his fourth homer of the spring but first since Feb. 27.
Heads up, Phillies: Mackanin is watching.