I think social media has made all sports so easy. If you read social media, it's, "Oh, he missed a dunk!" How many people can dunk? How many people can hit a fastball, 94 mph, right down the middle? ... How many people can hit that? "Aw, you missed that." I get it, that we have the ability and we're in the position to, but sometimes they take it just way overboard. If you're in the same situation, you would probably understand. It's social media. You're able to say what you want, and the people who usually talk the most, that cuss, type in the most obscenities, those are usually the people who are the weakest. Not just weak in the sports realm, but weak mentally, because you're not going to say this to an athlete who's a guy out there who has spent the last 15 or 20 years of his life busting his [butt] for that moment. But yes, you shut it all down because, "Aw, he missed a pitch." Hey, how many pitches has he missed in his life? How many pitches have you missed by not trying? You never cuss out the man that's trying. I'll never say anything bad about a man giving effort. If you don't give an effort, I'll wear you out. But if you give an effort, hey, you can live and die with effort, but there are a lot of people who don't want to give an effort.