"It's not like whistling in the graveyard," Showalter said. "You're not oblivious to it. You never get comfortable with it. Believe me, there's some real, not-privy-to-the-public-eye frustrations. You're trying to be consistent and treat people the way you'd like to be treated, but you're also trying to convey that this isn't acceptable. You never want to get accepting of this. That's abundantly clear, and has been made clear — as much by them as by us as a coaching staff."