Here's our Q&A with the Marlins skipper.
MLB.com: Would you rather be a lion or a panda, and why?
Schumaker: The lion I would probably rank over the panda. There’s reasons why he's the king of the jungle, right?
MLB.com: Ted had biscuits with the boss. What would be your snack of choice?
Schumaker: I love breakfast, so if I could get anything, it'd be a blueberry pancake breakfast.
MLB.com: "Believe" is his mantra. What's yours?
Schumaker: It's called CAPE: Communication, alignment, preparation, execution. Believe is great, but CAPE has more meaning to me.
MLB.com: Have you ever tried to pull off a mustache and a visor?
Schumaker: I definitely tried to pull off a mustache. There's pictures of me holding my son, and my wife made multiple comments of why I needed to remove that mustache. It's not a great look. But we were in a funk in 2009, and so we had team mustaches, and there's a reason why I don't have it anymore. The visor -- I don't understand the visor -- because it doesn't cover your head, so that's never made any sense to me.
MLB.com: Ted Lasso gave his son a drone, and the drone won out on spending time with him. Is there a gift you've given your kids that they've enjoyed so much that they didn't want to …
Schumaker: Yeah, a phone! The phone's been a nightmare. I think that any parent will tell you that the phone has taken over.
MLB.com: Do you know what offsides is?
Schumaker: Yes. My wife played college soccer. My daughter's all-in on soccer, so she would scream, "Get onside, you're off" all the time during the games when she was younger. So I found out quickly what offsides was.
MLB.com: Ted's secret talent is darts. What's yours?
Schumaker: I wish it was the darts. That would be really cool. There's not really like this secret talent. It's definitely not darts. I'm not good at it at all. Let me think on this. I would say bodyboarding. I like to surf, but bodyboarding I can do. As a kid, we used to compete, so I have an idea of what I'm doing for bodyboarding. I'm a better bodyboarder than surfer.
MLB.com: What would be your karaoke song?
Schumaker: Blink-182's "All the Small Things."
MLB.com: Do you need the screen?
Schumaker: No, I know the lyrics.