"I may not like having to come out here all the time and talk every day, but it's an obligation, a responsibility that you have, and you have to take the bitter with the sweet. You've got to be able to handle it with some dignity and I think that's how you get respect. You're talking about changing the culture and the attitude around here. There has not been one stone that I have not thought about that needs to be overturned around here that needs to be done better, and that's one of them. It's how you deal with people and how you deal with bad times as well as good times, and if you're not able to do that, I think an adjustment is in order. It's one thing to say you're a big leaguer, it's another to be one, and that's probably more important to me than anything. It means something to put on a Baltimore Orioles jersey, and it means something how you act and how you represent the city, the people. So Liz should be better."