Eddie averaged… he was an “every day player,” and the definition of an every day player – at that time – was every single day. And if you were a player like Eddie Murray, who hit fourth in your lineup, switch-hitter, clutch guy, power guy, the lineup felt right when he’s in the lineup. It didn’t feel right if he wasn’t in the lineup. So, he understood his presence on the team, he understood his value, and even though he was a little banged up, a little hurt maybe, got hit with a pitch, or slid into a base wrong, he always saw the importance of his presence being in the lineup, and he would make that known to me. He said, “You need to play. They’re all counting on you. We’re all counting on you.” And so following his example really started that thing called “the Streak.”