Which reminds him of a story. "One time in San Diego," says Scully, "we showed two kids, nine or 10 years old, fishing for a ball that had been forgotten on the warning track after batting practice. They were trying to retrieve it with a tin can on a string, and we showed them periodically. 'Are they gonna get it? Oh, yes! They have it halfway up! Yes! Oh, no-o-o! They dropped it!' This went on for quite a while. And finally, 'Yes! They did it!' And when they finally got that ball, you were oh so relieved. I mean"—and here Scully's eyes actually mist up—"it is so charming. So charming. Just look around. There is nothing more charming than the innocence of a child."