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 Carlos Beltran - “I'm surprised (by that). He can hit. And in the American League, I know he can be one of those DH batters for at least four years.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I feel better than yesterday. I have a little bit of a bruise. It's good to see the bruise coming out. That means it's healing.”
 Carlos Beltran - “It will turn around sooner or later. At the end of the day, it doesn't matter how hard you hit the ball. You need to get results. At the same time, I know I've been hitting balls hard right at people. I'm just going to continue to do my thing. As long as we continue to win, I just know my time will come.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I've been playing the game like that since I got to the big leagues. Some people like it, some people don't. But the thing is for me to help the team, and there's nothing better than that.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I know that I'm hitting third, and a lot of people expect the third hitter to never bunt. I don't think like that.”
 Carlos Beltran - “It's great to be a part of this. It's such a unique opportunity to be on the same team with players who I have so much admiration for.”
 Carlos Beltran - “We would be doing a disservice to our fans not to look at the opportunity.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I think God has helped me, ... because I pray every single night to come to the ballpark, not worrying about getting hurt again. I put my faith in Him that's the way I do everything in my life.”
 Carlos Beltran - “It's the same thing I felt in New York. I decided to tell Willie I wasn't going to be able to make it. It's tough. I felt good at the plate, but I want to be 100 percent.”
 Carlos Beltran - “They're trying to get me swinging at bad pitches. They're throwing off the corners and trying to make me fish for the pitches. The good thing is I'm laying off those bad ones and getting on base. My job is to get on base any way I can.”
 Carlos Beltran - “That's the way it always is in Latin America. They have great fun with it, and they make it fun for us.”
 Carlos Beltran - “To me, he looks more comfortable now. With him, if he gets on base, he can put pressure on the pitcher and they try to be too quick to the plate. When that happens, they can make a mistake, and we can take advantage of that.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I'm not worried at all. I don't press. No one wants to go out and get booed, but that's what happens when you play here. The fans, they're passionate, they love the game. I know in their hearts they want me to go out and do well.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I felt good at the plate, I was able to put the ball in play, ... My goal is to win. It doesn't matter how I do. I want to do well, but I just want the team to win.”
 Carlos Beltran - “He's one of my favorite players. Since I was a kid I always looked up to him. Now having the opportunity to play with him on the same team is a dream. He's a gentleman and has always been a very popular guy in Puerto Rico.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I went to see the doctor after the game and he said it was nothing major. But I woke up Sunday feeling sore.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I can be under control as a pinch hitter. But playing the outfield is different. It would look no good if someone hit a ball into the gap with the game on the line.”
 Carlos Beltran - “Just being able to start the way we started this year, it developed confidence. We're confident about the team and the lineup and the bullpen.”
 Carlos Beltran - “It feels great. I can live with that. I know sometimes I'm not going to have good days and I'm going to hear some boos. But the fans really make the difference in us as players because when you have the support from the fans, it feels great. It gives you confidence to go out there and give your best.”
 Carlos Beltran - “It's going to build confidence in everyone here. I'm telling you We feel relief.”
 Carlos Beltran - “It's going to be crazy. I'm guessing when we play against the Dominicans, half the field will be Dominican fans and half will be Puerto Rican fans. With all the big-time players in the World Classic, it's going to be huge.”
 Carlos Beltran - “I want to be out there, to be honest. But at the same time, I want to take care of myself. I'm concerned about me being 100 percent.”
 Carlos Beltran - “It was a very difficult year. Last year is in the past. This year, I'm looking forward to a new season and showing the fans and everyone what I'm capable of doing.”
 Carlos Beltran - “Major League Baseball should retire Roberto Clemente's number, just like they did Jackie Robinson's .”
 Carlos Beltran - “Major League Baseball should retire Roberto Clemente's number, just like they did Jackie Robinson's.”

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