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I’m a good beginning key.
I always tried to be Mark McGwire and hit homers like he did. I was kind of following his race, too, when he was trying to break the record.
Just got to keep moving. Progress.
Training isn’t fun for me. I do it because it’s what my body needs, and I have a standard. It’s a thing I make sure I do.
We don’t just say this every spring training – ‘Playoffs, World Series.’ You’ve got to do it.
The game is nine innings. It’s not two, three. It doesn’t matter if it’s the fifth through the seventh or the seventh through the ninth. It’s not two innings – it’s nine.
I play ‘MLB 2K,’ ‘Madden,’ and some old-school ‘Mario Kart.’
You want to stick with one sport and master one thing and be good, yeah, you might be able to go to more combines, but the life experiences and athleticism you get from playing three sports or whatever will stick with you and help you progress.
I play to have fun. I play to win. I play for my teammates.
You can’t change the past with a couple good months.
I don’t want to come to an empty stadium.
It’s strictly winning that is going to bring back the fan market.
Why would you give me so much money and not try to win? What on earth is the point of that? They have to be serious about winning going forward. There’s no other logical explanation.
I do what I love every day.
That is where I got my childhood memories, watching the Home Run Derby as a kid. Maybe some kids are watching me. I would like to return that.
They say in baseball, your little flaws will stick with you from the start. It’s just how you can maintain and minimize them.
We’ve got to trust that we are all in it to win it.
I don’t need to go every day and re-evaluate, ‘Am I living up to this? Or that or this?’
Everyone has the answer. Everyone has this. You just got to move slowly. You get good little bits of advice and go from there.
I want to have records on the field and do things on the field. That’s what this is about.
I played basketball, baseball, and football. I never had much downtime. But I think playing multiple sports helped tremendously in my baseball career. I have the agility of all three combined into one.
I have only a relatively tiny gap of being at my best, in my prime. And I want to make a difference during that time.
People take everything out of proportion. Everybody loves to stir something. If you listen to everything you hear, there’s a lot of different directions you’d be leaning.
I hate striking out, but at the same time, I’m much better at letting them go rather than, earlier in my career, worrying about it so much before the next at-bat against the guy. You grow as you play, and every year, I work to cut them down.
As long as you don’t fold up and curl up into a ball, you’ll be all right.
I thought it’d be different. Kind of like, a lot of weight lifted off of my shoulders, as I don’t have to worry about finances for the rest of my life, or my family’s. But it wasn’t like that. It was more – there’s things I need to get done.
I’m not going to change the way I work out in the offseason and prepare. I’m not going to change the way I approach the game. I’m not going to change the way I play every day.
I like that I’ve been able to maintain a good stomach and chest. Push-ups and sit-ups are my go-to. It is the simplest routine and the best thing to maintain my stomach and chest. I’ll do about 100 of each a day, usually when I’m already warmed up.
If I’m ready to play, I want to play.
I recommend multiple sports for sure. The memories I have bouncing around for each sport, having to juggle some in the same day, it’s tough; it’s difficult.
I wanted to be a pro athlete. I knew that.
I know I have a lot of expectations to live up to, which I need to do and am willing to do.
I want to win, and I want to win in Miami.