My Favorite Quotes
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 Jody Gerut - “It means a lot to me to come back and finish the season on the active list. ... They've done a good job of rehabbing me. They've taken their time and didn't rush it.”
 Jody Gerut - “We certainly have a lot stronger team now than we did at the end of last season because (general manager) Dave Littlefield has made a lot of good moves. I think it's great. It means playing time is going to be a little harder to come by for myself, but that's fine. The important thing is that the team is better.”
 Jody Gerut - “You want to make sure that, no matter where we are in the schedule, you're not hurting yourself by coming back too early, ... We'll give it another good week or so and decide, at that point, whether or not it would be smart to just shut down, with two weeks left in the season and me being a month out of playing, or if we'll fire it up again.”
 Jody Gerut - “I still plan on playing again this year. That's still the goal and that's still what I'm working for,”
 Jody Gerut - “If you picture .500 as the pinnacle of the season, ... you're not thinking much of yourself.”
 Jody Gerut - “They were making educated guesses, because they looked bad almost as much as they looked good. Even Barry, who's the greatest in the game at being patient and having strike-zone command, looks dumb sometimes. You can tell they have an idea of a pitch they want they go with it, and they live with it if they're wrong.”
 Jody Gerut - “Long-term is a relative term that's what I've learned. You never know how a team's attitude about a player is going to change.”
 Jody Gerut - “Maybe I'll use him in the last few games, maybe start him. ... I can't answer that.”