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He's really in a funk and we've got to get him out of it. Probably tried to do a little too much.feedback
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Jun 24 2017
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Jun 20 2017

The only thing that would work is if baseball came out and said headfirst was illegal, because you're asking someone to take the competitiveness out of them that helped them to get to that point, and that's not going to happen.feedback

Jun 20 2017

It just seems like players are forgetting how to slide today. I think slides have become a lot more creative at home plate because catchers don't block the plate, and now I'm starting to rethink the rule, thinking the baserunners are the ones really at risk here because you see more guys slide in headfirst than ever before.feedback

Jun 20 2017

To me, it's a tiny setback. He's going to miss 300 at-bats, or whatever it is. But to me it's not a huge setback. It's frustrating for him and all of us because you wanted to see him play and continue to develop. But in the whole scope of his career, I don't think it's going to be really that big.feedback

Jun 20 2017

I watch him take B.P., and he uses the whole field. So he'll do the same thing. You tell your base runners all the time, do not slide headfirst. The only thing that would work is if baseball came out and said headfirst is illegal.feedback

Jun 18 2017

Not very fun. They're not going to be perfect all the time. For the rest of the year these guys are going to be somewhat tired, that's just the bottom line.feedback

Jun 18 2017

It's just kind of the way the trip has went. If you're a player that's being paid and you're eligible, you show up. This is something I've heard from a couple different people about – you're going to fly him across the country for one day? How many divisions have been lost by one game? How many playoff spots have not been guaranteed because of one game?feedback

Jun 17 2017

This is a guy we relied on heavily the last three or four years, and we need a good start from him.feedback

Jun 17 2017

Of course you miss Chapman because it makes your bullpen longer, but the fact that they threw 16 innings in three days, it just kind of messed it up.feedback

Jun 17 2017

It's part of the game. Every team is going to go through it. I'm pleased with the way we're fighting back, and that will bode well during the course of the season. Right now our bullpen is in a little bit of disarray. We'll get it straightened out and we'll be fine.feedback

Jun 17 2017

You're getting in late at nights, you're traveling a lot. But this is nothing new. This has been going on for 30 to 40 years. This is the life of baseball players. It's not like every team doesn't go through this. It's not like Reggie Jackson's generation didn't go through it. It's not like my generation didn't go through it.feedback

Jun 16 2017

It hurts. It's a matter of a couple inches that you lose that game and it's frustrating. It's been a tough grind here. The guys have played extremely hard and we've had some long games and some late nights and you've got to fight through it.feedback

Jun 14 2017

The results, they haven't been great, is the bottom line.feedback

Jun 14 2017

We're going to make sure he's healthy before he takes the mound. We're not going to send him out there because there's risk of a lot of other things that could happen.feedback

Jun 14 2017

I think anything's a possibility. I think you have to make a determination on how the player is doing. You just let it play out. You want to see him swinging the bat and making hard contact. I think that's the big thing – that he feels good at the plate. I'm not there, so I'm not necessarily watching the whole at-bat and how he's reacting to pitches, but when you look at the numbers, they're not what we expected from Greg Bird.feedback

Jun 12 2017

He hit a line drive to right field. It was just a line drive. Most guys, they're hoping it gets in the gap. It just went out. I mean, his power is incredible.feedback

Jun 11 2017

How could you not get excited over a home run like that?feedback

Jun 10 2017

Our people determined that he's not ready to come back yet.feedback

Jun 09 2017

He can follow his career as far as production.feedback

Jun 09 2017

He continues to shine. I think at times he was frustrated last year because he was struggling, but he believes in himself.feedback

Jun 09 2017

Whenever you don't do something well for a while, it's human nature to question yourself. But you're a professional athlete. You've got to get back up and fight, and you got to get through it. And we've got to get him some success.feedback

Jun 09 2017

There's a lot of factors. He's had some trouble with Baltimore this year. And the extra day is not going to hurt him.feedback

Jun 09 2017

Hey, this guy's supposed to be our ace. If you want to look at it that way, you can look at it that way. We just thought that pitching in Anaheim is what's best for him.feedback

Jun 09 2017

I just think Baltimore is really familiar with him. This gives him a chance to work a little bit more and get himself back on track.feedback

Jun 09 2017

Right now, we're on schedule.feedback

Jun 07 2017

Because of the way he competes, he has always been that guy [who comes back]. He is a fierce competitor. When you have that in you, you have the ability to make changes and to figure things out. It took him some time. It took him some time to figure out what he had to do. CC, there is a lot of heart in that guy.feedback

Jun 07 2017

He'll have a couple of outings down there, and maybe we'll get him back.feedback

Jun 07 2017

It's really hard to ignore what Aaron Hicks has done. Now you have probably your three top on-base guys at the top of the lineup. I decided it's probably best to not ignore what Hicksie is doing, put him up there and put Sanchez in more of maybe a traditional R.B.I. spot and see if it gets him going.feedback

Jun 07 2017

I think that's human nature. I'm not going to lie to you. Any of us who goes through what he's went through is probably going to be frustrated and have a little doubt. But he's a professional athlete. You've got to get back up and fight, and you got to get through it.feedback

Jun 07 2017

I'm always asked about the health question, but he comes in every day and says he feels good. We just think that mechanically, he's a little bit off.feedback

Jun 07 2017

This guy has been the ace of our staff the last three years, and I don't think you just forget how to pitch. For him, like I said, it's been the inconsistent stuff that's really killed him, and we've got to find a way to get him back on track.feedback

Jun 06 2017

I think it's big. I think it's a big homestand. We're playing Boston and Baltimore. You don't want to get ahead too far but these are really important games. We're in a stretch of 13 in our division in a row. We get to go home now. We've got to play better.feedback

Jun 06 2017

I know we've talked about that a lot, but how do you explain the shutout in Boston? How do you explain his last game? If a guy is injured, he's injured and there's not going to be good starts. To me, it's just the inconsistency. He hasn't been consistent this year.feedback

Jun 04 2017

The kid can pitch. I'm more athletic. I don't fit the script anymore.feedback

Jun 04 2017

Smoak has swung the bat all year, and he made us pay.feedback

Jun 03 2017

We're getting it from all spots in the lineup, which is really nice.feedback

Jun 01 2017

I just thought he was in a lot of bad counts tonight. His slider was not sharp tonight. He managed to get through a few innings and then he made some mistakes after that.feedback

Jun 01 2017

The big thing about the home run derby is you don't get hurt, and you don't change your swing. But this is a guy – his line drives go out. The only thing that really doesn't go out is his ground balls, and he's not trying to hit those anyway.feedback

Jun 01 2017

Sometimes when you're going better, you probably see more pitches because you're more comfortable.feedback

Jun 01 2017

I think we're probably judging him off of last year, when he was not human.feedback

Jun 01 2017

We've just kind of moved him up slowly. It's the best numbers on the team. We just felt it was time to move him again. We feel our lineup is pretty complete.feedback

May 30 2017

At times, we've been a little inconsistent in what we've done. All teams go through that. At times, we've pitched really, really well and haven't scored runs. At times, we've scored runs and haven't pitched really, really well. But I think during the course of the season, you're going to go through that, or you're going to end up with 120 wins, and that hasn't happened.feedback

May 29 2017

I hope it just gave him a chance to refresh himself.feedback

May 28 2017

I think he expected it to happen last year, just like he expected it to happen this year. But this year he's made better pitches.feedback

May 26 2017

What sign would you say that he is hurt? Ineffectiveness? So if a guy goes 0 for 20, are we to assume that he's hurt? I'm not trying to make fun of this, but there's no drop-off in velocity, there's no extra treatment, he hasn't said he couldn't do a bullpen, he hasn't said he couldn't take a start. Seeing swings and misses on them – where at-bats aren't prolonged – becomes really important.feedback

May 26 2017

And we look for signs, too. There's been none of that. It's been a struggle, and it's been the consistency of his pitches. There's nothing that leads us to believe there's an injury. It's just inconsistency.feedback

May 26 2017

He's a perfectionist. When he gives up one hit, he's mad. So you can imagine what he's going through with the struggles that he's been through. But he's a very determined guy and I believe he'll get this ironed out.feedback

May 25 2017

Obviously we're going to miss him for a while now. He plays hard.feedback

May 23 2017

That's who he was. Derek was all about winning. I feel the same about that kid. It is very genuine. He is all about the team. His encouragement of players, helping guys, being upbeat all the time -- it is really kind of cool to witness. , Let's go get some more runs., Nice play.feedback

May 23 2017

I think he does things, like Derek did, when Derek was young, just by example. People are going to say, That's pretty neat, I'm going to do that.feedback

May 22 2017

It's troubling, but we're not in the business of saying the world is coming to an end.feedback

May 22 2017

It's the tying run, so of course we're going to replay it. I didn't know if he was safe or out, but as soon as the play happened, I put my hand up.feedback

May 22 2017

Well, I think, when I look at where we are, I think getting a little bit more consistent length out of our starters is probably the most. Because our bullpen, at times, is fairly taxed. And for them to be successful, you know, you have to keep from them being taxed.feedback

May 21 2017

In today's world, they look at everything. They're going to look at how high your arm is, they're going to look at stride length, they're going to look at extension, they're going to look at grip. They're going to look at everything to figure out why isn't it consistent like it used to be.feedback

May 20 2017

Sometimes, you try to go back to something that felt comfortable. Maybe you feel that it's going to make your stuff better, and a big part of having success at this level is the mental part, too. That's a feeling sometimes that can actually help you perform better.feedback

May 18 2017

To me, he looks pretty similar. He doesn't throw as hard, but I think his location and the development of his stuff is much better. He's much more consistent hitting his spots.feedback

May 18 2017

I think we're more athletic than we've been for the last couple of years, and we try to take advantage of some situations. It's easier to score runs. In our ballpark, it's difficult to score some guys from second on a ball hit to right field. But with speed, you've got a better chance. You've got a better chance to score guys from first on doubles, that sort of thing. And it puts more pressure on the defense.feedback

May 17 2017

There's a lot of stuff said in arbitration. It's part of the business, and I've said all along it can be the real ugly part of the business. You could argue, the last two years, he's been the best reliever in the game. You can put his numbers up against anyone. So I don't see why it won't translate to the closer's role.feedback

May 14 2017

I think Dellin is probably welcoming the challenge.feedback

May 14 2017

I was shocked. You definitely lose location and sharpness, and also you lose a little bit of strength. He abused a little bit on how much he made me pitch.feedback

May 14 2017

I'm sure a lot of players have it, but it takes a while to really manifest itself to where it really bothers you, and maybe the game in Chicago is what kind of put it over the edge.feedback

May 14 2017

He's not replaceable. I mean, you can't replace an arm like that. You just kind of move everyone back a little bit.feedback

May 14 2017

He said he was fine. Nothing. No pain.feedback

May 10 2017

I feel like we can play this way. You know, you go back the last four months of last year and the first month this year, and we've played really well. You know, .700 baseball is a really high clip – I get that – but I told you coming out of spring training that I like this team, and I still like them.feedback

May 10 2017

Well, you can't doubt yourself. That's kind of stupid if you go up there and say, Well, I'm really not this good.' Whoever does that in anything in life? You've got to believe in yourself.feedback

May 08 2017

You worry about them some in the next couple of days. I'm giving a couple of them days off today and maybe one or two of them through the next couple of days. Their legs are tired, beat up.feedback

May 08 2017

You see how Strop a lot of times throws the ball underhanded, you figure that maybe he has a problem with some touch throws. That's why we did it.feedback

May 08 2017

Hicks continues to shine. Everyone is swinging the bat. It is a really good problem to have and I know I'm sure guys don't want to sit down, but I think over the long haul this will help every one of them, and I think that it will keep them fresh.feedback

May 08 2017

It's just a crazy game.feedback

May 08 2017

I thought he was just a little off. He was behind in some counts. It looked like he was just missing.feedback

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May 08 2017

I want him to pick it up a little bit today and throw a little bit more. He said he substantially feels better today than he did yesterday. I would think he'd be a full player tomorrow.feedback

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May 07 2017

Any manager would like to win. They hadn't won it in so long. I love where I'm at. I love what we are doing. I love the talent in our organization.feedback

May 07 2017

New York has been home to us. As a baseball player, you move around a lot. The Yankees have been great to me. They have been loyal to me and I have been loyal to them. This is home for us. We have made it our home. I wanted to stay. He was probably like, What is this kid doing? I was in complete awe. The numbers that he had put up, just thinking about [how] I'd seen him hit so many home runs against the Cubs, it was unbelievable.feedback

May 07 2017

I was happy for them. I think about all the people who have been waiting and waiting and waiting. My father waited and waited and never got to see it. I'm happy for the people who are Cubs fans because it is a long time coming.feedback

May 07 2017

I followed him the whole way. I couldn't separate that I was on the same field as Mike Schmidt, or was I mad all the heartache he caused my family because he killed the Cubs -- killed them. It was just really, really weird.feedback

May 06 2017

He is having a blast.feedback

May 05 2017

We've gotten off to a pretty good start here, but there's a long ways to go.feedback

May 05 2017

It gives our guys a lot of confidence to never say die.feedback

May 04 2017

Our lineup has worked so well, kind of spreading out the speed, and a lot of people have been getting on base, and we've had contributions from everyone. So we've been scoring runs in all different parts of our lineup, so I've kind of left it.feedback

May 02 2017

He's a little bit like Derek (Jeter), to me. He's got a smile all the time. He loves to play the game. You always think he's going to do the right thing on the field and off the field.feedback

May 02 2017

I was more surprised by our 1-4 start than where we are today. I felt that we were going to score more runs, which we have. I felt like the bullpen was going to be really good. The one question mark that everyone had a little bit was how are our starting pitchers were going to do. And they've done a great job. And I understand that's a big comparison. But I remember Derek when he was young, and he grew into that leadership role.feedback

May 02 2017

When you look at him, he has a presence about him. He plays the game to win all the time and that's the most important thing. It's not about what you did that day.feedback

May 02 2017

I just didn't feel like there was a lot of explosion in his lower half. Yesterday was the first day I really, really noticed. He said he just felt like his ankle wasn't working properly. It's just not healing as quick as we want, so we're going to try something else. We're pretty confident there are no breaks. But bone bruises, they're tricky. Yesterday, to me, it really looked like it affected him in his swings.feedback

May 02 2017

He's stiff today. We'll wait a couple days before we make a decision on what we're going to do with him. If he hasn't made some improvement, and we feel like he's not a complete player, then we've probably got to make a move.feedback

May 01 2017

He is a little bit like Derek for me. He has a smile all the time. He loves to play the game. You always think he is going to do the right thing on the field and off the field. He has a presence about him. He plays the game to win all the time and that is the most important thing. It is not about what you did that day.feedback

May 01 2017

I see him doing things the right way on the field and off the field. That is the way Derek was, as well, when he was young.feedback

May 01 2017

I understand that is a big comparison, but I remember Derek when he was young. He grew into that leadership role but that was Derek. Derek loved to have fun, loved to laugh and loved to play the game.feedback

Apr 30 2017

I think you'd sign up for that.feedback

Apr 28 2017

It's command of his fastball. I think his slider has had more depth and has been more consistent at times. I think it ran into somewhat of a cutter last year; he was kind of throwing through it. And his changeup has improved. Those are the three differences for him.feedback

Apr 28 2017

I wasn't worried; I felt the talent was there. I think it was difficult trying to figure out who the fourth and fifth starters were going to be. I wasn't worried about Tanaka; he had a great spring, and he was the one who started off the slowest, so that makes no sense. C. C., I liked where he was considering he was coming off a procedure, and by the end I felt pretty good about him.feedback

Apr 27 2017

It is impressive what he has done.feedback

Apr 27 2017

He went toe-to-toe with Chris Sale.feedback

Apr 26 2017

We'll see him sometime in the next series.feedback

Apr 22 2017

I think you have to be ready to hit his mistakes. You've got to assume you're probably not going to be in a lot of 2-0s, 3-1s today. You're going to have to be ready to hit the pitches you're able to handle.feedback

Apr 22 2017

Every American League team is going to sign a guy to D.H. that's probably going to hit in the first five spots. That's the bottom line, but we all have to deal with it.feedback

Apr 22 2017

I'm scared to death of motorcycles. I'm scared of heights. I think golfing is a risk.feedback

Apr 17 2017

Our pitching has been really good. Starters have done a tremendous job in this streak and they've gotten deeper into games and held the other teams in check. To me, the bullpen has been really consistent the whole year so they've done the whole thing the whole year. But the starters got deeper and pitched really well.feedback

Apr 17 2017

You want him to keep building and gain some momentum.feedback

Apr 17 2017

You'd like to have some consistency. If you remember the first three or four days, we used pretty much the same lineup. Then we started to get nicked up a little bit, and we had some sickness and some guys were really struggling, so we moved some people around.feedback

Apr 17 2017

Cassie was pretty good driving in runs last year. For him, it's not trying to do too much. When he tries to use the whole field, that's when he's really dangerous, and that's what you want him to continue to do.feedback

Apr 16 2017

You always know the league's going to pay attention to what you do, and they're going to try to combat it. But I've said all along, if we can get that extra base, let's get it.feedback

Apr 15 2017

I think it's always important to play extremely well at home because your club ideally is built around your park. So I think it's important. We've won some close games, which I think are extremely important and we've had some come from behind wins, which I think are extremely important. So it's good to get off to a good start.feedback

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Apr 12 2017

You can talk about a guy who throws 92, and they say: 'You know what? It doesn't play at 92; it plays at 96'. And that's hard for your mind to say, I need to turn it up more than it really is.' Deception is something you love to say that you could really teach. But I think it's just in deliveries. I think it's in the size of a person. I think it's sometimes how they hide the baseball different than other guys, and I think this kid has deception.feedback

Apr 12 2017

He's a four-pitch mix guy. He has different ways of getting people out.feedback

Apr 10 2017

It's an opportunity for other guys to step up. Romine and Higgy are going to have to step up in his absence. It's not what you want to see. The kid's very talented and has done some really good things in his short career, but the other guys get an opportunity now.feedback

Apr 10 2017

I don't think so. As a coach, manager, support staff, our job is always to make them better. I never stop believing that people can become better.feedback

Apr 07 2017

I think the first thing we need to see is fastball command. If he has that, I believe, he can get deep into games. And that is what we continue to stress during spring training to him, pitching down in the zone. You can elevate from time to time, but if you live up between the thighs and the waist you're going to get hit hard. I think if you had went through this for a couple years you would seriously consider that. But we have to remember how young he is. I think it's a growing process and I think it's way too early in his career to decide that.feedback

Apr 06 2017

They're not just going up there swinging, swinging, swinging.feedback

Apr 05 2017

You don't always know the validity of [reports of a possible ownership bid], but I know he loves the game and I think he'd be a great owner. And if it is the case, I wish him the best of luck.feedback

Apr 05 2017

It had become somewhat of a distraction, and I didn't want that in here and he didn't want that, and he made a choice. I think he made a wise decision, because he's realizing that … he wants the focus to be on how he plays, not how he looks.feedback

Apr 05 2017

You're missing a very good shortstop with an extremely strong arm that hit 20-plus homers that you feel is growing as an offensive player. So you're going to miss that. Didi's a guy that can hit somewhere in the middle of the order, too. But saying that – Torreyes and Kozma, I just want them to be themselves. Don't go out there and try to be Didi. I think those two guys really understand that pretty well.feedback

Mar 30 2017

When I look at guys that have to go through lineups two and three times, you better locate. You can get away with power fastballs when a guy only sees you once, but you can't do that when they're seeing you two and three at-bats. That was the thing to me that got him in the most trouble last year.feedback

Mar 30 2017

The thing is, I don't want guys looking over their shoulder every start they go out or, if you're an outfielder, every start that you have. But this is a performance-based business, so you have to perform. He has room. He's our right fielder, we're going to run him out there. We've seen a lot of times, guys have great spring trainings and get off to slow starts; vice versa. Sometimes they have great spring trainings and get off to great starts. But it's not going to be a day-to-day basis, a week-to-week basis. This kid is going to play.feedback

Mar 29 2017

Obviously, we've got a lot to discuss here.feedback

Mar 29 2017

When you look at Judge, you don't want him to sit. If there's not enough at-bats, that would be the thing that would keep him off the team.feedback

Mar 23 2017

We have seven or eight days to figure this out, but I liked what I saw. A lot.feedback

Mar 22 2017

I look at where we are now as an organization and, obviously, I wasn't here when the Bernies and the Jorges were here, this is a pretty impressive group and I [wonder] 'Could this group be better than that group?'. I don't know. There are some really talented players. That group has got Hall of Famers everywhere and if they are not Hall of Famers, then they are right next to a Hall of Famer.feedback

Mar 21 2017

It's someone we're going to miss. Guys are going to have to step up.feedback

Mar 17 2017

I'm happy for our guys. They pitched well and our guys played good defense behind them, and it's fun. Obviously, it means more if it's during the regular season, but still, it's a no-hitter.feedback

Mar 17 2017

You don't want to jinx it.feedback

Mar 17 2017

I believe so. They took care of their bodies, they got their rest; they did all the things they needed to do. We were all young once and we like to go out. But you get caught up in that and get in a lot of trouble and it will affect your performance on the field. Those guys handled it extremely well.feedback

Mar 14 2017

Obviously, there's value to the W.B.C. I think they have a better chance of being hurt in March than they do in July, when they're really built up. You hold your breath a little bit. You want to give your players the opportunity. But you don't have a problem when they say no.feedback

Mar 10 2017

I felt it had become somewhat of a focus on him and a distraction, and I didn't want it to be anymore. He made a decision. We have rules in place, and in reality, when he was on the field it met the criteria, but I didn't want a distraction in here. He didn't want that either, so he made a choice.feedback

Mar 06 2017

I'm going to look at it. In the first inning, I think I'd prefer to have two guys in front of my best hitter sometimes. Then you start going through the other three times in the lineup and you get a few more at-bats during the course of the season. I can see both ways.feedback

Mar 03 2017

We are going to evaluate as we move forward.feedback

Feb 22 2017

You don't want to get your pitcher out of a rhythm, and when you do the intentional walk, I think you can take a pitcher out of his rhythm. I've often wondered why you don't bring in your shortstop and the pitcher stand at short. Let the shortstop walk him. They're used to playing catch more like that than a pitcher is.feedback

Feb 22 2017

I'm OK with it. You signal. I don't think that's a big deal. For the most part, it's not changing the strategy, it's just kind of speeding things up. I'm good with it.feedback

Dec 25 2016

I think any time Derek comes back, it's special, but this will be even more meaningful. We've all been looking forward to it. I'm sure he's looking forward to it.feedback

Dec 25 2016

We've seen a couple of good pitchers. You're going to go through that. You're not going to hit home runs every game. You're not going to hit two and three home runs every game. We've hit a little streak here but we'll bounce back.feedback

Sep 29 2016

I know he's caused a lot of heartache to us, but I'm sure the Red Sox fans would say that Jeter and Mo caused a lot of heartache, as well. I know at times it becomes a bitter rivalry, but this guy has done a lot of special things in the game and he's meant a ton to that organization. He's meant a ton to the city of Boston.feedback

Sep 25 2016

They say they're OK but you know they're not. I didn't know Jose and my heart is heavy. I can't imagine what they feel.feedback

Aug 27 2016

We've gotten a lot of production up and down the lineup. Everyone seems to be contributing.feedback

Aug 23 2016

I want him to get at-bats because he's been so productive. Do I think he could be a three hitter? Yes I do. Do I think he could be a four hitter? I think he could do that too. I just love what he's doing with the bat.feedback

Aug 13 2016

I think it's good for them to be here today to see that these guys were young, these guys performed at a high level and they had a long run. Let's go do the same thing.feedback

Aug 12 2016

I can't think of anyone else where this has kind of happened, where you've announced on a Sunday that a guy was going to be released on Friday.feedback

Aug 11 2016

We thought about it but he hasn't done any work. It's not that I wouldn't like to see it, but we're in a part of the season where we are trying to win. We're still in this and I just felt that the situation hasn't presented itself.feedback

Aug 07 2016

He's earned the right for us to sit down and have a conversation.feedback

Aug 06 2016

I can't really tell you when I'm going to play him.feedback

Aug 02 2016

My plans are for him to be there tomorrow with us.feedback

Aug 02 2016

I thought the effort was great.feedback

Aug 01 2016

Brian and his staff and the organization is trying to put this team in a good position to have a long run of not just playing well, but winning championships. It's not about being ... a second wild-card team and winning one game or losing one. We want to win championships.feedback

Aug 01 2016

I believe that you can win with the players in that room. Some people are probably going to think that I'm delusional, but I mean, there's no reason to put the uniform on if you don't believe that you can win.feedback

Aug 01 2016

It's a new chapter. There's going to be some young guys that get a chance, and I'm excited about that.feedback

Jul 31 2016

I don't ever wave a white flag. This organization never waves a white flag. I don't view it as that, and they better not view it in that room as that.feedback

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