If on-base percentage is so important, then why don't they put it up on the scoreboard?
It's an honor playing for Bobby Cox.
I'm a different hitter than Chipper Jones. He goes up looking for certain pitches to hit. I go up there looking for something over the plate and try to hit it hard.
When we [the Braves] won the World Series in '95, I went nuts. I mean, that was my team.
A lot of people just thought I'd be a .260 hitter all my life. I was kind of like, 'Let me make some adjustments and let me learn the game a little bit.'
I think the thing I'm most excited about is the fact that I was able to, for the most part, change pitchers' mindsets about what kind of hitter I am.
I think if everyone is clean, then who cares about how you're tested?
One day, you're 11 games, 12 games out, and the next day you're in first!
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