LS: Of course, but it's a morning show. In the morning, you turn on the TV and you want your highlights, you want your information, but you also want it to be light. You're having coffee. It's not the nine o'clock, 10 o'clock hard baseball or news that you want. You want the game delivered to you, but you want it in a slightly different way. I think on "MLB Central," we've done a really great job of that, incorporating and showcasing them in a different way, whether it's a game, or we'll have a couple of the Orioles, a couple of the Nationals on and we'll play Pictionary with them. When you see Chris Davis or you see Bryce Harper and they're playing Pictionary and they're terrible drawers, it's just a fun way to talk about baseball with baseball players. It's not just slamming facts down your throat.