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I play to represent God, something bigger than baseball.
Preparation is very important. The pitcher is going to do his job and prepare for you, so you as a hitter must do the same. I always watch videotape of pitchers before the game and even sometimes during.
My dad always supported me. Sometimes we didn’t have anything to eat for breakfast, but if we could eat lunch and dinner, we weren’t poor.
I think the two most important parts of any athlete’s workouts are his leg workouts and his core training.
The fans know and the Cardinals know that I want to be a Cardinal for my whole career. I love this city. The way that this city has embraced me and my family.
I consider myself a line drive hitter with power. I just try to put my best swing on the ball every time.
In regards to core training, I try to incorporate the medicine ball whenever possible. As a baseball player, there is a lot of twisting and turning that I will do. Keeping my abs strong is as important as anything else.
St. Louis is still a special place for me. I still have my home there. I live there in the offseason. I enjoyed playing in front of 40,000 people every day. I tried to do my best to help the organization win. I had success there. We won two World Series. We went to three. That’s something you can’t take from me.
Whatever happens at the end of the day, as long as I glorify His name, that’s what it’s all about.
My wife and I love children. We have five of our own. I would ask that anyone who looks up to me would instead look up to God. I am nothing without Him. Everything I do in life and in baseball is to glorify Him.
If something happens to me tomorrow, I’m going to go to Heaven, and that’s for sure because God’s promised to us in the Bible.
It doesn’t matter what the scoreboard says. I’m always having fun, talking to other guys. They even come to first base and ask me about hitting. I try to help them out as much as I can in the 30 seconds before the pitcher throws the next pitch. That’s me. I don’t think I will ever change that.
Anaheim is not like Los Angeles, where there are more people and more paparazzi. You don’t have that in Anaheim. It’s more laid-back.
I’m in the gym three to four days a week, depending on how I’m feeling. With chest, legs and back being the most important parts of any athlete’s body, I try to train these on separate days with at least a day off in between.
St. Louis still is going to be a special place for me, whether I’m playing 3,000 miles away or 5,000 miles away.