"I've dealt with greatness in this game for a long time, and the great thing about trials in the game, that the game brings to great players, is that you have to look at what the game and the opponents are trying to do and what the game's trying to do to prohibit greatness," Boras said. "Because he gets off to a great start, what do they do? Well, they're going to starve him from the strike zone. And remember they're not doing this to a [Mike] Trout or a [Manny] Machado. Why is that? They're great players. Why are they not doing it them, yet they're doing it to Bryce? And the answer to that, I think, is largely that [the] power component carries a great fear."