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Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.
I have always loved the Bay Area. I spent a lot of time in the Bay Area. I started my career there. That's a huge part of the excitement for me.
Professionalism is not sportsmanship. If you don't succeed, you won't be in your profession for long. In our society, it's not about good or bad. It's about who's on top.
You fool around with different pitches playing catch, but it's not the same when you've got to face some guy with a bat in his hand.
My dad gave me a haircut... and it wasn't a very good one. When I went out of the house, my friends got on my case and said it looked like someone put a chili bowl over my head and cut around it.
It's good to know you're working for someone you're familiar with, who's a friend and he has your back and you have his back also.
I've got a fastball, change-up, forkball, curve, slider, knuckle-slider, knuckle-curve, I had about seven pitches I could have used at any time.
I've always favored kids as a player. If I walked out of the locker room and there were 100 people there and 50 of them were kids, I'd sign the 50 kids before anything else.
You don't get old being stupid.
I used to lead off when I was a rookie. I've always been able to bunt.
For me, I tend to sit back sometimes and just count my blessings because of how long I've played.
I'm at the point in my career where to be a winner is more important than any individual things.
Individual statistics, plate time and everything tend to come, but the most enjoyment I get out of baseball is actually winning.
I've been on teams that lost a hundred games in a season. I've been on teams that had a shot to make the playoffs and fizzled out at the end.
You know, the other day I gave all of my old Angels gear to Goodwill...and Goodwill gave it back.
I don't think much about whether fans will remember me.
When you go to other parks, they hang banners for the wild-card or Eastern Division or Western Division champions. Around here, they don't hang anything unless its for being world champions.
The first time I picked up a bat in a professional game, I hit a ball hard left-handed, and my first home run was so effortless, it surprised me.