"I don't know. when you stop trying to play [general manager], you stop trying to figure out what guys are going to do. When you start trying to figure out what guys are going to do, that's when you're wrong a majority of the time. You see the guys that they sent out, and you realize how good of a camp they actually were having, and how good of ballplayers they actually really are, and what they showed that they're capable of doing throughout their long careers. It definitely is eye-opening, but at the same time, they've got a job to do. They've got to put the best team together and take everybody up north."