The only time I really try for a strikeout is when I'm in a jam. If the bases are loaded with none out, for example, then I'll go for a strikeout. But most of the time I try to throw to spots. I try to get them to pop up or ground out. On a strikeout I might have to throw five or six pitches, sometimes more if there are foul-offs. That tires me. So I just try to get outs. That's what counts - outs. You win with outs, not strikeouts.
TRYING TO HIT HIM WAS LIKE TRYING TO DRINK COFFEE WITH A FORK.
There's a time that you let it be known that enough is enough (on anti-Semitic taunts). ... You flatten [them].