On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, baseball great Darryl Strawberry talks about his new book "Turn Your Season Around," and what he sees as the being the worst part of social media.
"Social media is a self-centered and selfish. Everybody can say what they want to say because they're behind the screen, but in real reality, people won't say things if they were in front of people, because first of all, they're chicken, they're scared, and they just everybody gets on there blasting each other and talking about each other and want to say, well, my situation is so much better than yours. And we're all sinners and we'll all end up going to the wrong place and down the wrong road if we keep doing what we do. And I think none of us deserve God's grace. But He continues to give it to us anyway. And the people on social media has just made themselves more important than they really are."