The greatest promoter in all the world. I've seen him carrying belts for heavyweight fights, everything.
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It's nice but a little frustrating at the same time. It kind of got too late.
It kind of exemplifies what we hadn't been getting in this stretch. You just want to take some positive momentum into San Diego. We could've hung our heads after the first loss the first night, but we didn't, won a close ballgame last night, got some big hits tonight. All those things translate into some momentum heading into San Diego.
I do feel there's unfinished business here, but I believe this team is headed in the right direction. I think the fans can appreciate the steps that have been made from last year. There's work to be done, and I don't feel like I've had the type of season I can possibly have for this ballclub, but yes, I'd like to be a part of it again.
Early, he was topping out about 84 (mph), throwing BP fastballs. Obviously you can't keep pitching down in the zone at 85, so he elevated a few balls and we were unable to square them up.
I was waiting on a good pitch to hit. I was trying to stay out of a double play in that situation. I fouled off some pretty good pitches. I got on top of a fastball and I got it into the gap.
We can't be hypothetical. This streak was what we had been looking for all year. Unfortunately, it was just a little too late, but it's something positive to build on for next year, no question.
It's a new start for me. The hair had nothing to do with it, but I'm looking forward to the future.
Next year is going to be an entirely different case. The average salary for a major-league shortstop is not $1.35 million. Why should I play for that?