BUCK SHOWALTER: Well, we should have a good crowd do you think? I'm just kidding.
Yeah, it's great. The one challenge, too, it's impossible to tell your players to take the emotion out of an at-bat or a pitch or a throw or whatever. I think everybody, you'd like to get -- it is kind of like football, everybody that has played, you know, once you get that first contact or first tackle or first block, you kind of get in your environment. Players are such creatures of habit and routine, that's why we've tried to do as much as we can, everything the same with some exceptions, with the schedule, we'll have an advance meeting, the same thing, and a lot of it won't have to do with them because it'll fall underneath the you know what. We've played the Yankees 18 times this year, and probably 20, 22 counting Spring Training. We're trying to stay in routine, and what was your initial question? I don't think I got there. My point I was trying to make before my 56-year-old brain wouldn't let me is it's tough to take the emotion out of it. You can't coach taking the emotion. That's part of it. It's also part of what is good. I think we saw it last year when we were playing some real meaningful games for the opposition in their ballpark, and our guys kind of fed off the emotion of the ballpark. We saw that with Toronto and even Boston at the end, our ballpark was electric.