I am, to an extent. I think there's too many people who don't get the in-game, the live things that are going on, that are saying, "Look ... this is what we're going to do now." And Big Papi [David Ortiz] said it perfect: "I'm not going to change myself." He's become successful and has been successful since I can remember the last 15 years because he takes his time and waits for his pitch. You're not going to say, "Hey, Papi, now speed up." They don't come to us. They just say, "We're going to implement it. We're going to try this." I mean, there has to be some compromise. ... That's all the players ask, is a little bit of compromise, and we won't have a problem. But if you just say, "You've got to do this," as major league players, especially the veteran guys, we're set in our ways in certain things. We know what we need to do to be ready for a season. To get ourselves ready to hit, ready to field, we know what we need to do. For guys, MLB execs, to say, "This is what we're going to do now," I think that's something that you need to get a lot of guys on board and bring it up to them, create a dialogue. You can't just say, "We're going to do this," and people will be obliged. I guarantee you Big Papi will not. He'll do his own thing. As he should.