Dana Fiedler Quotes

Nadine Dana Suesse (/?swi?s/; December 3, 1909 – October 16, 1987) was an American musician, composer and lyricist.

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“We talked about that. We needed to even that out. Getting three definitely helped.”

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“Whitney did a good job of mixing things up. We have talked about that (wasting solid pitching performances). We have a good enough pitching staff to keep us in games. We have to start hitting the ball better.”

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“We finally got some off of Shaw. We have struggled against her this year.”

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“I thought both of our pitchers did a great job. They moved the ball around and kept their hitters off balance.”

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“We finally hit the ball (during the rally) and were able to score a few runs, but we can't expect to win games in the seventh inning.”

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“Getting runs early continues to be a big part of the game for this team. It takes the pressure off the pitchers.”

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“They woke up in the second game. That was the difference between game one and two. They hit the ball in both games, we just hit it in the second.”

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“We have been pretty steady on the road as well. This one was a little different because we were in Valley City last (Tuesday) night.”

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“(We) didn't hit the ball today. Whitney pitched well (in the first game), we just couldn't give her any help. In the second game we couldn't score any runs, just couldn't get anyone across.”

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“Whitney was very much in control out there. She wasn't overpowering, but you have to know that you're not going to strike everybody out.”

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“It was nice to see a couple of our players come alive at the plate. We did a good job of hitting overall.”

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