You can ask anybody in the room. My numbers are the worst in here but I'm still a jerk to everybody, yelling at everybody, getting them going. Once I get it back, then I'll be even worse to the guys.
But I'm looking forward to getting out there and hitting the glove. I think all that's behind me. I'm ready to go out there and perform.
With a fresh start, I hope it'll work out good. I know the whole Fox story and how he came over here and had a great year for them. I'm hoping that's what it'll be - fresh start, new faces, new team, new city. I'm looking forward to getting out there.
I kept giving up runs. It was, for sure, a rough road and a very rocky one. I enjoyed my time there, but not as much as I could have if I would have pitched well.
Any 1-2-3 outing feels great. Pitching effectively, that's the biggest thing. . . . I never set a number on how many saves I want to get because that feels like a limitation. I just want to do my job.
I saw a few fans today and they were saying things like Great season. But in my mind, you're only as good as your last outing. And my last outing was horse (manure).
I'm still pretty ticked off. You learn from your mistakes, and I have 5 1/2 months to learn from them.
We played hard and I don't think any guy has a reason to hold his head low except for me, because I want to kill myself.
I appreciate that he pulled a Billy Koch and we were able to win.
I'd like to play here. They have got so much young talent that they are going to be a good team.
I thought Paulie could jump. I know he's not fleet of foot, but at least have some hops. I guess we know who is not going to win a gold glove. I was trying to become a spokesperson for the U.S. Postal Service.