Some people may not know us. But I guarantee you that in clubhouses around the league, they know who we are. We don't have to see our faces on TV every night. As long as we're playing in October.
There's no sense of urgency on our part. We don't have to do anything. Just go out and take care of business.
This was definitely a must-win game.
Anyway we can get in is fine. I just want to get in, period. We all know what we have to do.
I can't really say I'm disappointed. I think the fans don't really want to put their trust in us yet, just because we're a young team. It would be nice if we could get the sellouts again.. It makes a huge difference.
I've got four or five more starts, and I have to keep going. We're still in the race, and I have to give us a chance to win every time I'm out there.
This is exciting. But the pressure is on the other guys. We have no sense of urgency. We don't have to do anything -- except go out and keep playing like we have been.
I hope that isn't the best I pitch.
I knew I hadn't pitched out of the stretch, but I wasn't thinking about a no-hitter.
I thought we'd be in this spot last year. But we got a little too high and then way too low. Now, everybody believes in one another. That's a little bit from Wedge, a little bit from what we've learned.
When the White Sox were 15 games ahead, we were looking at the wild card anyway. Now, it's up for grabs.
Playing meaningful games every night in September makes it fun. I follow what the other teams are doing. I watch every game now. I even went out and got the (satellite TV) package.
I'm trying to speed it up and get back on the mound. The guys behind me have also played great defense during this streak.
If I'm not pitching, I'm staring at it the whole time. We definitely have a reason to be scoreboard watching.
Just one. But I've watched the video of it about 200 times.