The culture of the game, mostly. It's such a team focused game, and you see that in the comments, and it's such a failure focused game -- best hitter is out seven out of the 10 times, as you know, and so on -- that it can limit the motivation for individual stars to shine as bright as they could. This is changing. We're seeing it change with Tatis, and we could even say that back in the 2017 World Baseball Classic we saw Baez become a star, and Molina's personality take center stage in a way that was celebrated and broadcasted internationally, and not just known 'round here. Watched a clip from a conversation ESPN baseball writers had recently and Buster Olney made the point that for so long in baseball success was seen as fragile that individuals didn't trumpet themselves, and there was a time when social media postings in the clubhouse would be met with, hey, this is about the team, not you, pal. That is changing. And we'll see the game benefit as a result.
Also, there's the grind. It is daily. They have to play tomorrow. That brings with it a strain, a schedule, a daily push that the other sports don't have.