They have great players all over the field. But I thought even though the ball was on the other end of the field quite a bit, I don't remember them having any really, really good looks. That's what you have to do, you have to limit the really, really good looks.
We're going one game at a time. We're trying not to look any further on our schedule than our next game.
Jim was the story today. He was a warrior on the mound, and even helped himself out with the bat. He was just dominant.
We talked to Paul and he wanted to make sure he was catching the day Joe threw.
I'm proud. Today's loss had nothing to do with a lack of effort. We were in this game the whole way, and we just came up short in the end.
The program is great. It teaches the kids that heart disease can affect anyone and it also makes them feel good about helping others.
They are very capable, very mature. Their desire to succeed is every bit what it was for our generation and our parents' generation.