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 Ken Macha - “The guy's on fire. You make a mistake, he makes you pay.”
 Ken Macha - “He can throw tomorrow as a side day. If he doesn't feel well, we'll make an adjustment.”
 Ken Macha - “I'll have to ask him what I can do to make him mad. He's running fine, he gets a good jump and made a nice turn on the double. He plays the outfield just fine and he throws the ball well.”
 Ken Macha - “We could go to spring training and make a couple more moves. To worry about things like that now, I don't see any merit in doing that.”
 Ken Macha - “They were all tight games, with the exception of yesterday. All with playoff implications, all extremely intense. Playoff atmosphere, on our part. If we just continue to play like we are, it should be enough to make this thing real interesting.”
 Ken Macha - “To say it's make or break, you're looking for a sensationalist term, ... There's a sense of urgency. The whole road trip was like that, and so was the Minnesota series. The guys know what's at stake. They're playing with urgency.”
 Ken Macha - “If we just continue to play like we are, it should be enough to make this thing real interesting. Hitting has been riding a roller-coaster. Some guys are feeling good about themselves after today.”
 Ken Macha - “He had a great season. He had to make some adjustments to make himself better and he should feel good going into next season because of the way he came back from that 1-6 start.”
 Ken Macha - “Those three are there to make sure Lach doesn't screw up.”
 Ken Macha - “We used a lot of pitchers. I needed to make sure we got 27 outs and the ballgame. If it takes 10 pitchers, then let's do it.”
 Ken Macha - “I don't think he'd (a) make an excuse or (b) admit he's tired. He's just not getting any hits.”
 Ken Macha - “Santana appeared to have good life on his fastball, he mixes in a changeup, and he has a good breaking ball. It seemed to me that they worked us outside the whole series. We need to make an adjustment there.”
 Ken Macha - “We have to make an adjustment. The pitching remained constant for both teams.”
 Ken Macha - “We have to make an adjustment. The pitching remained constant for both teams.”
 Ken Macha - “We did a nice job of keeping the score close enough to make a run at the end of the game.”
 Ken Macha - “We didn't make any pitches. You get good hitters and leave it in the middle of the plate, and they burn you.”
 Ken Macha - “We have to make an adjustment. The pitching remained constant -- for both teams.”
 Ken Macha - “We can make sure to get him game ready hitting-wise. He went through minimal rehab when he came back last year and hit 12 home runs in 100 at bats. I take that as an indicator he'll be fine.”
 Ken Macha - “That's a positive step. The doctors told us to be very careful with him. The idea is to have him for the majority of the season. I would like to have him available for Opening Day.”
 Ken Macha - “Options are a manager's best friend, and I'm going to have a lot of options. There are going to be a number of people down there in the bullpen who can be used in different roles, and that's not a luxury we've always had here.”
 Ken Macha - “Sometimes in the market we're in, ... you don't have the luxury to have all the cylinders available to you.”
 Ken Macha - “I can't really explain our success in this park. It's luck I guess. I know there have been a lot of one-run victories.”
 Ken Macha - “He has a good, live fastball, a changeup and a hard breaking ball.”
 Ken Macha - “He's been very pleasant, but not a surprise. I don't think he leaves anything out there when he's relieving.”
 Ken Macha - “I think if we were at home, maybe those guys would play the first day. But it's on the road, and they're veteran guys, so they'll probably get just as much work in by staying here.”

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