I wouldn't mind being a hero to a kid. I grew up idolizing players, so I know how important that is for a lot of younger kids.
There's no way I can play for the Yankees, but I know they're going to come after me hard. It's definitely not the most important thing to go out there for the top dollar, which the Yankees are going to offer me. It's not what I need.
Without chiropractic, I wouldn't be able to play consistently throughout the season.
I know who I am. And I know I'm a good person.
I just go out and play.
I feel like I've been a Yankee my whole life.
New York came after me aggressively and that's what sealed the deal.
What we really need is for me to get hot and stay hot. When I go, this team really takes off.
We all pulled together at the right time, unfortunately, we were down 3-0 to the Yankees when we decided to do it, but we did it. And we shocked the world.
People need to look at baseball like it has been sent from the heavens, and respect the game.
I play every game like it's going to be my last.
I like to make an impression.
I'm relaxed at the plate. I'm not trying to do too much.
I'm no George Brett, and I probably never will be.
I go out and play not for the numbers, but for a chance to win and the thrill of playing in front of a packed crowd.
I love Boston and I always will. I'll always have terrific memories and great fans here.
Moving to New York was the best decision I ever made.
A lot of players go into a restaurant and ask for a special table. I go and stand in line with the working people. It's very easy to get spoiled playing professional sports.
I blame myself every night we lose.
I hope others take as much pride in the sport as I do.
I try to walk around with a smile on my face.
The most important thing is to have fun.
In a lot of close games, I can make a difference with my speed.
The biggest thing I want is for the hitter coming up behind me to get a good pitch to hit.
You know, a lot of people say they didn't want to die until the Red Sox won the World Series. Well, there could be a lot of busy ambulances tomorrow.
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