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 Ray Tanner - “Do we want to win Yeah, we want to win. I don't think we've been struggling ... but we've got to be able to win some close games.”
 Ray Tanner - “That game was exactly what I was expecting. I knew it was going to be one of those games that could go either way.”
 Ray Tanner - “It is very important. (But) will this weekend have any affect on what happens in the end I'm not sure it will. There's 27 games, counting this weekend, left.”
 Michael Tanner - “Whether it will help remains to be seen. We have to be careful not to generalize before we have enough information.”
 Caitlin Tanner - “You do your best and give the other person thumbs-up.”
 Steve Tanner - “Our scoring punch. We don't have a go-to guy right now. It's not going to be a matter of a little tweak that's going to fix it. Teamwork is going to score our goals.”
 Ray Tanner - “We always knew he could hit. He's hitting the ball well, and those he's not hitting well are finding a hole. That's what happens with good hitters they get their share and a few more, too.”
 Mike Tanner - “Government is the 800-pound gorilla in the room the problem with getting in bed with it, it sometimes rolls over on you. Federal money always comes with strings.”
 Mike Tanner - “Government is the 800-pound gorilla in the room the problem with getting in bed with it, it sometimes rolls over on you. Federal money always comes with strings.”
 Michael Tanner - “I don't think either one of them is really telling the whole story. What Bush is saying is that if you eat your spinach, you'll be able to have some ice cream for dessert. Al Gore, on the other hand, just wants to pretend that the spinach doesn't exist.”
 Stephen Tanner - “His heart was so big.”
 Ray Tanner - “To be honest with you, it's very exciting. It's also very scary.”
 Russ Tanner - “This game is huge. It's our senior year and we realize the importance of going out with a bang. We want to have that sweet taste in our mouths. That's how we want to go out - with a win.”
 Ray Tanner - “There's nothing better than a veteran team, that plays hard, that plays smart and has great leadership. But there's some teams where you have young players on and this is one of them.”
 Chuck Tanner - “I don't think a manager should be judged by whether he wins the pennant, but by whether he gets the most out of the twenty-five men he's been given.”
 Chuck Tanner - “It's hard to win a pennant, but it's harder to lose one.”
 Henry Ossawa Tanner - “I will preach with my brush.”
 Tovey Giezentanner - “It's a scary thought. People aren't going to be willing to let government on their property if there is a risk the government is going to come back and take it.”
 Ray Tanner - “I thought he was trying to be too perfect. I told him we needed to be competitive because the bullpen was getting ready to warm up. He responded.”
 Ray Tanner - “I was optimistic going in after the week of practice that we had. I thought we were more comfortable offensively. We swung the bats better, and hopefully things will continue in that direction.”
 Stephen Tanner - “We thought we were out of our league. We're a daily show competing against monthly shows.”
 Ray Tanner - “I'm not disappointed at all. Any time you don't win a game, you're not happy about it. We've won 11 games through the first half of the season, and that's pretty good in this league.”
 Ray Tanner - “(Campbell's) been here a long time and he's come up with some big hits. We were very fortunate to win this game.”
 Warren Tanner - “My Dad got me into skiing when I was 7. The first time he took me skiing, I fell off the T-bar on my first ride up. I stood up, skied down, making turns, or so he claims, and hid in a bush for the rest of the afternoon. When he found me I said 'I never want to ski again.' I feel a lot like that right now.”
 Warren Tanner - “After his finals run, and I realized I would not be going to the Olympics, I collected myself, and then walked across the finish area to shake his hand. It was probably the hardest thing I've ever done, shaking his hand, but at the same time I know he would have done the same for me. It was a really hard because I could feel how sad he was for me, even in his happiest moment. We were both crying. He said, 'I wanted us both to go...' 'Me too...' is all I could get out.”

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