The other day, Rasmus told manager Buck Showalter that, at the age of 31 and after 10 seasons in the majors, he was done with baseball and headed home. He did the same thing last year when he played for Tampa Bay, then tried a comeback with the Orioles. Anyone who early in life turned a sport or hobby into a career, or who took over a thriving family business, knows the challenge of maintaining enthusiasm for it, even when the money’s great. Anyone who stepped onto a path that seemed immediately secure and profitable has moments of doubt, moments of yearning to do other things. “Follow your bliss,” Joseph Campbell famously said, and you’re lucky if you do and that the path is clear and goes on forever. But some need to step off or change direction. “Don't be afraid,” Campbell added, “and doors will open where you didn't know they were going to be."