Alex Cintron Quotes

Alexander Cintrón (born December 17, 1978) is a former Major League Baseball infielder. His last Major League game was in April 2009. After more than two years in the minors trying to get back to the big leagues, Cintrón retired on May 24, 2011. He came out of retirement and played for the Sugar Land Skeeters of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball in 2012

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Alex Cintron


“I was in shock. I was happy, though. (Arizona) didn't have the confidence in myself. They were looking to trade me and I came here to Chicago. It is going to be good for me.”

Alex Cintron


“I'm going to a winning team that's looking to repeat, while Arizona was going nowhere.”

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“That was scary. I was trying to take her out and help. I didn't see security. She was saying, 'I want your hat.' It looked like she was on drugs.”

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“Whatever role they need me in, I'll be open to do it. I'm not going to complain about it. I'm in the big leagues, that's what I like. I've been here for a lot of years.”

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“I have to be ready. I am going to do anything they want me to do here. I need to show them what I can do. I'm not going to be thinking that I'm just a bench guy. I have to concentrate like I'm an everyday guy. Every chance I get, I have to show what I can do.”

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“This one was a changeup. The other one was a slider, both down and in. You never go up expecting to hit the ball out, but I'm a low-ball hitter.”

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