I've still never seen anyone like him.
"Darryl Eugene Strawberry, Sr." is a former United States/American Major League Baseball right fielder and an ordained Christian minister and author. Strawberry is well known for his career in baseball and his controversial personal life. Throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, Strawberry was one of the most feared sluggers in the game, known for his prodigious home runs and his intimidating presence in the batter's box with his 6-foot-6 frame and his long, looping swing that elicited comparisons to Ted Williams.
During his 17-year career, he helped lead the New York Mets to a World Series championship in and the New York Yankees to three World Series championships in , and . A popular player during his career, Strawberry was voted to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game/All-Star Game eight straight times from 1984–1991. Strawberry was formerly an analyst for SportsNet New York. His memoir, Straw: Finding My Way, written in collaboration with author John Strausbaugh, was published on April 28, 2009 by Ecco Press, an imprint of HarperCollins publishers.More Darryl Strawberry on Wikipedia.
Didn't want to make a public thing out of it.
We don't talk about the things that happened to us, ... If we didn't have some issues, I mean, what coulda been, coulda been.
We always thought we were the team to beat. We knew we had the talent to compete with anybody.
I always think of how promising it was when me and Doc came up.
It was a mistake on my part, ... I should have never loaned this guy my car to begin with. He's no longer my friend.
I'm not ashamed of who I am. Of course I'm ashamed of the things that have happened. But with life experiences, you're able to give back and help others.
Doc was better than Roger Clemens, ... Doc was more dominating. He was going to have a better career than Clemens.
And whenever Doc used to pitch.