I prefer it that way. I just go out and do my job, and if I slide under the radar, that's OK with me. It's more valuable to me to know my teammates know I am out there doing my best job.
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That is just part of our job. That is what we are trained to do every time I get the ball. No matter what the situation, whether we are down six or up six. In a tie game, you can't afford to give up a run, but that is what we do. We want to go out there and get our team back up to the plate with a chance to win.
That's part of our job. That's what we're trained to do. Every time I take the ball, I want to put up a zero on the board, no matter what the situation, whether we're down six or up six. You can't afford to give up a run.
That was a total change of events right there.
We can't wait for tomorrow. We're a step closer to what we're trying to accomplish here. I know nobody in this clubhouse wants to go to Atlanta. We'd like to have that day off. We're going to try to do everything we can to win tomorrow. All of our energy is going to go into tomorrow.
We can't wait for tomorrow.
Physically, having yesterday completely off was huge.
We had a good bullpen in New York last year when I was there, but I was the guy who went out there and ate up innings every seven or 10 days. I wasn't getting a chance to pitch. I was paying my dues and there are some guys on this team that are doing the same thing. I try to keep them positive.
Physically, having yesterday completely off was huge. We had a light workout today and we're ready to go.