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As long as the ball is thrown by a human being, I have the confidence to hit any pitch, no matter how fast it comes.
I like to read the news, but when I pull up a Japanese site, and an article comes up with my face, I never read it.
I was kind of influenced by the hip-hop culture.
For me, I pride myself on every aspect of the game.
My father was just an amateur; my mother is not even an athlete herself.
Personally, I don’t like the term ‘success.’ It’s too arbitrary and too relative a thing. It’s usually someone else’s definition, not yours.
When people get placed upon a pedestal – when they start chasing after that person on the pedestal – they become mannequin-like.
I think there’s sexiness in infield hits because they require technique.
Many people have this image of me. For a long time, I cared about that.
You should seek approval from yourself.
If I’m in a slump, I ask myself for advice.
It’s very tough for a ballplayer to get proud and keep his dignity.
I like things that other people don’t have. I like to be different from others.
I love how the Mariners function as a team. That feeling is important to me.
There is nothing I will miss about Japanese baseball. Off the field, I will miss my dog.
I want to keep playing until I am at least 50.
Equipment has heart, human heart, inside it.
People striving for approval from others become phony.
I heard that in the United States the level of baseball was the highest in the world. So it was only natural that I would want to go there, as a baseball player.
Nobody knows what the future holds.