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 Harmon Killebrew - “We (who) played the game don't like hearing that that was done. It's difficult not having been involved with that stuff (to know) what it does, but nobody ever hit that many home runs before.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “I didn't have evil intentions, but I guess I did have power.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “He was in a very happy, positive mood at the time of his passing. He was in love and excited about getting married.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “I don't think we've been together for a long time. I can't remember the last time, ... Right up until that final out of the seventh game, we still had a chance to win. It was a great World Series.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “There's a little sadness to it, too because some of the guys that were lost over the years, that aren't here with us.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “My father used to play with my brother and me in the yard. Mother would come out and say, You're tearing up the grass We're not raising grass, Dad would reply. We're raising boys.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “It's a mess whichever way you look at it. There would normally be big hoopla, I'm sure. The commissioner would make a big deal out of it. I just hate to see this cloud over the game.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “Life is precious and time is a key element. Let's make every moment count and help those who have a greater need than our own.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “I remember one spring when I was doing the team's telecasts, Bob Allison was with me, and we were walking through the clubhouse in Orlando. This kid who was trying to make it with the Twins as an outfielder came up to me and asked who was that with me. I said that's Bob Allison, and you better hope you have as good a career as he had.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “My father used to play with my brother and me in the yard. Mother would come out and say, You're tearing up the grass We're not raising grass, Dad would reply. We're raising boys”
 Robert Killebrew - “Whole towns shut down on Friday night for games. Every small town. I was born here in California. I know it isn't like that here.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “I think the only word the Cuba-born Oliva could say in English when I met him was 'hamburger.' When I see him, I always tell him, 'I've known you for 40 years, and I still can't understand you.'”
 Harmon Killebrew - “It's very disappointing... Anything that harms the integrity of the game is terrible. We always thought we were immune to drugs in baseball, but we know that's not true anymore.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “Anything that harms the integrity of the game is terrible. We always thought we were immune to drugs in baseball, but we know that's not true anymore.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “That's a very good question. Major League Baseball has to make it clear what it wants to do. They're the ones on the spot.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “He might not have looked good in a baseball uniform, but he made that uniform look good on him.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “I don't want anybody cheating to get there, that's for sure. It's a shame, any cloud that hangs over baseball, and this is certainly a big, big cloud. It needs to get cleaned up.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “It's very disappointing, ... Anything that harms the integrity of the game is terrible. We always thought we were immune to drugs in baseball, but we know that's not true anymore.”
 Robert Killebrew - “They don't do that by accident. But at the same time, you have to be confident and know that your ability to play the game is what got you here, and that's what we're going to try to do, just play our game.”
 Harmon Killebrew - “I spent twenty-two seasons playing professional baseball. Naturally, success in that field is measured by batting averages, number of home runs and RBIs, fielding averages, ERAs and other statistics. Fame, notoriety and the bright lights fade quickly. To me, true success in life would be to develop both physically and spiritually to our fullest and to endure to the end”