People knew who I was, and kids liked to strike me out. They liked it if I made an error, and it was probably a little bigger deal than if their shortstop made the error. So I learned about it at a young age. It probably made me work a little harder at times, so I didn’t mess up. Nobody likes to be embarrassed, you know. So when everybody knows who you are, you could be more easily embarrassed because more people are looking at you. It may have motivated me to work a little harder. I knew people were always looking at me, so it made me kind of think twice about the things that I did. That was a positive out of it, especially for the life that I’m in today. People are always watching. It wasn’t the cell phone camera back then like it is today, as an eight-year-old, but it was a good learning tool about making the right decisions.