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They're good, but any team can be beaten if you're doing the things you need to do. We didn't do it consistently enough.feedback
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Sep 22 2017
Mike Scioscia has most recently been quoted in an article called Francisco Lindor blasts another as Indians get 27th win of 28. Mike Scioscia said, “He gave everything he had to catch that ball. It had a little rise to it and just ticked off the end of his glove.”. Mike Scioscia has been quoted a grand total of 34 times in 26 articles.
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Jun 24 2017

As he has harnessed his delivery, being able to repeat pitches a lot better, you see that his stuff plays. Guys don't get good looks at it. From where Alex was last year when we saw him to now, it's light-years ahead.feedback

Jun 21 2017

Ricky's been a good major league starting pitcher. And he's not that far off from being where we feel he's going to be as productive as he was towards the end of last year. We all feel this is really correctable with Ricky.feedback

Jun 21 2017

It's much too early to look at those things. Every team in this league has had its own challenges with guys being out. Some teams have managed to outperform where people thought they might be sitting, and some teams have not.feedback

Jun 10 2017

He didn't do anything that we haven't seen before, but he was doing it well. He changed speeds, had a good breaking ball and change up going as well.feedback

Jun 09 2017

He's been running the bases great, it's great to get him back in the lineup, especially leading off. He set a tone for sure.feedback

Jun 08 2017

He's showing what his skillset is and he's playing good defense. And on both sides of the plate, he's just getting clutch hits.feedback

Jun 04 2017

What Albert is about to do, it's legendary. To be able to witness it is something special. You look around baseball, and the guys that have reached that plateau are few and far between, to say the least. It's such a special journey. It doesn't happen very often.feedback

Jun 04 2017

This guy is probably the toughest ballplayer I've ever seen. To be able to go out there at maybe 50 percent and still be productive, what he means to the team in the dugout, in the clubhouse, you can see why he's been a winner his whole career.feedback

May 27 2017

He got most of that one. He felt it a little bit, but not nearly as bad as he did Friday.feedback

May 26 2017

I'm still signing Simpsons items.feedback

May 26 2017

The checks come in, usually they're about 79 cents. A big one might be six bucks.feedback

May 22 2017

If he throws the ball like he can, it's going to be important to our rotation.feedback

May 19 2017

Nothing more than that. It's sore. We're just going to take a little precaution to make sure he's a certain level before he plays first base. We're just going to read it on a daily basis. There's obviously going to be a little hole in your lineup, and you just work around it.feedback

May 08 2017

We want to make sure this is 100 percent behind him before he gets on the field and does the things he needs to do. He plays a demanding position. It's moving in the right direction. We're assessing how quickly it's moving and when he can get out there and work out a little bit and test it and see when he can get back in the lineup. It's not there today. We'll assess it tomorrow.feedback

Apr 30 2017

The last three outs, although logic tells you it's just another three outs, my experience tells me it's not. And some guys have trouble pitching in tight games.feedback

Apr 27 2017

He understands some of the mechanical things he needs to adjust. It's not an overall thing, it's a simple adjustment to when he's going well, [what] he does. Hopefully it won't be a long time. He definitely feels good about what he's doing.feedback

Apr 17 2017

He's feeling better, but this is going to be a process with Andrew. Right now, it's just trying to calm everything down.feedback

Apr 10 2017

Obviously, they had a lot of traffic on the bases. He put on a lot of guys. He hit a couple guys, walked a couple guys. I don't think he ever got in his groove. It wasn't his day. He'll be better.feedback

Mar 28 2017

Closers are a special breed. … So if you do use your closer for some reason is on the line in the seventh inning, and ally the best chance for you to control this game – then, yeah, you're just rolling the dice at the end with guys not really what they have been groomed to do.feedback

Sep 04 2016

The fact of the matter is he was conscious and at least all his reactions were what they were supposed to be on the assessment. I think we could exhale a little bit.feedback

Sep 04 2016

Just to get him up and walking off the field let you feel a little bit better about what could have been happening. It's tough.feedback

Sep 04 2016

Those guys all went out there and took the ball and did a great job. Your thoughts are elsewhere at that point until you can understand exactly what is happening with Matt.feedback

Sep 04 2016

It just gives you that feeling where you have a pit in your stomach.feedback

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