It's a great feeling for me just to put my uniform on and be part of my team.
I don't talk. I just let what I do talk for myself.
In the future, I want to be consistent from Day 1. We're still making adjustments. I still believe that I can be better.
We're proud of Venezuela and Venezuelan baseball. People in America don't realize it, but we've got 25, 30 million people here, and so many of us love baseball. This is a great place to look for talent.
I just go out there and do what I do and try and hit my spots.
I have to drink a lot of fluids, try not to dehydrate, and keep stretching.
Dreams can come true, but you have to go for it.
To see all the fans getting into it, that's pretty special.
Being able to help, being able to go out there every five games, is definitely something I was waiting for.
When you hear from other players and they're telling you you're the best pitcher in baseball, that makes you feel really good.
My changeup looks like a fastball, but one goes straight and the other goes away from the righthanded hitter. Sometimes it cuts by itself, and I don't know where it's going.
I used to be hyper, throw crazy and not think about what I wanted to do with each pitch. Now I have a better understanding of what it is to be a major league pitcher.
It's good to be compared with Randy Johnson, and it's wonderful to be compared to all the best pitchers in the game.
I knew that the Mets had never had a no-hitter. I never had one. This is very special. I knew this means a lot to New York.
I don't feel my best right now, but at the same time, I'm not trying to find any excuses or anything.
As a kid, I loved to play centerfield. I loved to make diving catches.
I don't try for strikeouts, but batters just swing and miss. I'd exchange strikeouts for more innings. As a starter, my job is to go deep into the game. When you get strikeouts, you throw a lot of pitches and sometimes you come out early.
I just wanted to be like my dad, Jesus. He was a good shortstop.
I know what to do when they give me the ball. I know what to do to give this team a chance to win.
I'm having fun and I'm not even trying to do much. Everything is coming together.
In order for you to win a game, a lot of things have to go right. Your team has to win. Your team has to perform. When you talk about striking out people or ERA, that's personal stuff and where you show people what kind of pitcher you are.
That no-hitter stuff was a long time ago; I don't think that has anything to do with it. I'm just going through a tough time.
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