"So, Zach allows you to attack the eight innings a certain way. We don't ever take for granted the ninth inning, but he makes everybody else better as far as the consistency. When Zach is here, the phone rings and nobody has to answer it. They know the situation, we talk to them about their rest, who's pitching, who's not pitching. They don't even have to answer the phone. But with Zach not here, they've got to answer the phone and see what's up."