God's people have no assurances that the dark experiences of life will be held at bay, much less that God will provide some sort of running commentary on the meaning of each day's allotment of confusion, boredom, pain, or achievement.
To pitch a perfect game wearing pinstripes at Yankee Stadium, it's unbelievable. Growing up a Yankee fan, to come out here and make history, it really is a dream come true.
This guy is lethal. The man hits the ball in, away, up, down. You name it. He is up for the challenge every night.
Blame me for giving up the home run. Errors are going to happen. You can't dwell on it. Leave the guy alone. Point the finger at me. Call me the dumb [expletive].
We're growing in a number of ways, our student numbers have increased. I don't know the exact numbers but we have around 140 undergraduate students and 25 graduate students. Also, Dr. Roger Maxwell recently retired, opening a need in physics
I don't think it's an anti-Boston sentiment
Kevin Millar said, ''in what's basically a must win.
If you're going to point a finger, you point it at me. He just said, 'Pick me up.' I said, 'No problem.' It's called teamwork. I didn't do it, so I'm the one who feels bad. I'm sure he does, but I feel worse.
If he pitches in like that, ... guys aren't going to lean in, and he's going to have a pretty good career.
That's me, I'm emotional
I felt bad for him, I got the first guy, but I didn't pick him up.
The money is great, no way am I complaining.
I like the ball in a big game. I'm not afraid to take it.
I'm not even close to those guys, but I don't think anyone loves the game more than me.
The game has changed. What's going on now is nonsense. You have guys complaining about not being paid.