My Favorite Quotes
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 Gary Apodaca - “We wanted to get someone else some work at the catcher spot, just in case one girl happens to be struggling. These girls are so new, I'm still finding out what positions they can play.”
 Gary Apodaca - “Winning makes an experience more positive. We played with some positive energy today, and with some intensity.”
 Gary Apodaca - “When you go out like that at home, it hurts. I had hoped to see a lot more effort today.”
 Bob Apodaca - “This was not so much about his stuff but how well he commanded the strike zone, that he had no discomfort and that he got his pitch count up. The answers were yes, yes and yes. . . . He earned an opportunity to really throw his hat in the ring (for the fifth starter spot).”
 Bob Apodaca - “Throwing on the side doesn't equate to spring training. There's just not the same intensity. There's nobody with a bat in his hands telling you that you just made a mistake.”
 Gary Apodaca - “I was surprised that second game took as long as it did. We were trying to get everyone in, but later we had to make some changes to get the right personnel in the game.”
 Gary Apodaca - “We're not playing with intensity all the time. We can't just have two innings and then lie down our little mental errors make the games look bad.”
 Gary Apodaca - “They're just learning the basics, like fielding and throwing. And they're going to make a lot of mistakes.”
 Bob Apodaca - “It's hard enough for Zach to be finding himself. To get himself into counts like that is not going to make his job any easier.”
 Bob Apodaca - “He's still very weak. I really don't know when I can get him off a mound, let alone in a game. So the clock is ticking, and it's not going to stop. It's going on nine or 10 days since he's pitched a game. These are all the things you can't make up for. All you can do is, first and foremost, get him healthy.”
 Bob Apodaca - “He showed me his slider was his command pitch. I told him, 'You get behind in the count, throw it anyway.' He started throwing the breaking ball with the fastball.”
 Gary Apodaca - “We came out flat, with no intensity. That's the inexperience of our ball club we didn't look ready to play against one of the top teams around.”
 Bob Apodaca - “He throws 10 pitches (during the game), and then he's in the conditioning room for an hour and he's just rolling in to the clubhouse when the game is over. He's put in that much work to maintain his body. He doesn't take his body for granted. That's why he's so good. That's why he's had longevity.”
 Gary Apodaca - “I'm proud of Shelly for playing four years of softball. I'm going to nominate her for the North-South all-stars, because of her attitude and her intensity.”
 Bob Apodaca - “He's just a model for everybody to emulate, whether it be first-pitch strikes, getting ahead in the count consistently or quality of location. And he's averaging eight to 10 pitches an inning. He makes his put-away pitch. I'm sure he feels very good about where he is right now.”
 Bob Apodaca - “Aaron isn't afraid of confrontations. He has come so far in the last couple years. Before, he seemed to be pitching away from contact, trying to miss bats. That guy has vanished. Now, he pitches with the confidence that the batter can't get to it.”
 Bob Apodaca - “He's a very good guy, he's a great teammate. He's good in the bullpen with the younger guys and he's free with his advice and he speaks his mind and sometimes it isn't always a kind remark. To be a true teammate, something needs to be said when it needs to be said. He's the type of person who will do that.”