I'm not perfect. Nobody's perfect. But I love baseball and I love to play hard.
I don't like to play slow or softly. I like to play hard. Always.
I work hard on my defense. It's something I take pride in, but it's nothing that I want to brag about. It's part of my game.
2004 has to be my year. No more excuses.
I'm not a rookie anymore-no more excuses about being young.
I'm confident, but not so confident that I'm cocky.
I love hitting-that's my favorite part of the game.
I want to be consistent from the first day of the season to the last.
I have to get better, but I can't change the way I play.
When you go to home plate with a lot of confidence, you feel that you can hit any pitch.
I'm an immigrant myself. I'd probably support it, but I can't do much.
But the Twins opened the fifth with their second and third hits, and Beltre helped Hernandez by taking his bullet throw for a force at third on a bunt try. I felt it, ... My only worry was that he didn't throw me a sinker. He threw hard, but a good fastball.
Byrd has always been that kind of pitcher, trying to trick you, keep the ball low, in and out. He threw a lot of strikes, worked it inside and out, threw breaking balls for strikes behind in the count.
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