It's not so much a rahrah type of thing. It's just going after it every day. It's 140 games. When we were going well, 11game winning streak, little things were happening. Balls were falling in. Guys were just competing. We have to do the same thing when we're struggling. These kids compete every day.
It's mostly concentration, being consistent every day with his early work and preparing himself for a game. When he watches the ball all the way through and gets good pitches to hit, he has a chance. You start getting frustrated and when you get frustrated you get in a slump, so to speak. You're overdoing things. You're trying to do too much. That's what he got into.
We don't want to put conditions, because we can't put conditions, but lets put a feel-good statement out there that has no meaning. We were told we can't make all these warm fuzzy good motions. If it's in the city then that's an issue. The Community Development Commission isn't in charge of making everybody feel good.
Most businesspeople are properly skeptical of government programs labeled 'streamlined,' ... I'm skeptical of the burden this is placing on some smaller businesses. I'm skeptical of government's efforts to force retailers to charge taxes for an incredible number of municipalities around the country.