"We're not going to break any American League records for home runs, and we're not going to have 30-home-run guys up and down the lineup," Hyde said. "To compete, this team is going to have to run the bases well, run the bases aggressive, make it important. Be able to grind out at-bats, wear pitchers down. Little things are important — dirt-ball reads, first-to-thirds, putting pressure on the defense. Those types of things manufacture runs, because we're not going to be able to sit back and rely on a homer. It's just not realistic.