I love baseball. I love watching baseball. As a broadcaster, I get to watch the best 700 players put on the uniform year after year. That, to me, is exciting.
I knew that I wasn’t a first-ballot Hall-of-Fame inductee.
I’m from Southern California, so I feel much more comfortable with a golf club in my hand than I do a weapon.
My dad introduced me to baseball. Then one of my friends asked if I could play on a team; my dad said I could, and I just fell in love with the game.
I’m probably one of the few people that liked ‘Water World’ with Kevin Costner.
I really like Kansas City Royals stadium – Kauffman Stadium.
Your goal as a hitter is to get on. And if the third baseman is playing back and letting you lay down a bunt, I don’t have a problem with that, even if it’s late in a no-hitter.
When you’re not at the top of your game and you feel like the other team is laughing and embarrassing you by doing certain things, it’s time to retaliate.