I like to be against the odds. I'm not afraid to be lonely at the top. With me, it's just the satisfaction of the game. Just performance.
I feel I need that. I have to re-tunnel myself. And I don't know how I'm going to feel after the first game. Maybe I'll be in the hospital, too tired. There might be too much emotion.
First, the (medical) clearance, and then, 'How do you feel?' I'd like to have him around.
I feel great - I'm not sore
who throws hard - we've been working on game situation.
They're not trading me, ... I'm staying.
There's no place like home
This division is kind of different this year. This is the first time I've seen it in the history of baseball.
I did have it. It just didn't stay between the yellow lines
It's good when you win. It just makes it a little more gratifying, that's all it does, ... I can hit a baseball. I've never had any problems doing that. I'm trying to do it when we win games.
I think some of the pressure comes from the expectations of other people. Like if your father played baseball, they expect you to be the big lifesaver or something when you play a sport.
I don't know what you guys say, but at home, life is way different from baseball.
My career is an open book, but my life is not.
Young players need to know how to take care of themselves for life after baseball.
There is nothing better than walking out and hitting a home run.