Winning a postseason game is like winning five regular season games. There is just no feeling like it. Everything is magnified. Every free throw, turnover, shot and play.
I was in the postseason twice and I'm thankful for that
I don't have anything to prove at all. I've pitched in a lot of games. I've had far more good games than bad games in the postseason. I know that some people may not remember that, for whatever reason.
The regular season is where you make your name, but the postseason is where you make your fame
Keep winning and get to the postseason, I won 20 games and they just dumped one beer on my head. It feels good because I'm helping my team win.
Everybody's going to be clamoring, that's the way you should work your bullpens from now on, but you have to have the appropriate people to do that, and of course during the season it would be much more difficult as opposed to the microcosm of the postseason.
My first postseason home run was a walk-off in the Division Series. That was just a special moment in my career.
The chance to go to the postseason, it's hard to pass up.
I'd like to get back and win the World Series and have that be the last image in my mind for the postseason.
We're not even thinking about (the postseason) right now. We've been in a slump, so we're taking things day by day. We aren't looking to the future because we haven't addressed the present.
In a way, if we want to make the postseason, we feel like we have to win out. We have got some good games coming up, but we are going to have to buckle down and get the job done somehow.
I think it's very, very tough to compare postseason and in-season, just for the simple fact that there's the heightened levels of energy on both sides of the ball.
I have people that I'm close to that give me things to read throughout the season, and in particular in the playoffs and the postseason.
I was so used to going out and winning state championships and playing in the postseason.
Your teammates give you the confidence. They give me the confidence all year, all postseason.
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