Obviously, I did that last year. I made 34 starts, but the quality of starts just wasn't what it was in 2016. I think it was a little bit mechanical, and early on — looking back now and having the offseason to kind of digest things — I think I just tried to do too much. I think rather than just going out and being Kevin Gausman, I was trying to be somebody else, trying to be even better than what I'm capable of. That's one thing that I look back on in 2016 when I was pitching really well, and even last year, in the second half, it was something where I almost just went out there and competed, and whatever happens, happens. In 2017, last season, I know at the break I had to really sit myself down and say, "All right, this is going to go one of two ways. I can either battle back and try to kind of save this season and get some experience going into next season, or I can have an excuse to fall back on, that it's just a bad year." I think I did a great job of busting my butt in the weight room during the season to be ready. I made every start I could, but like I said, they just weren't as quality as they were the year before.