Hitters Related Quotes



“Adam was one of our top hitters last year, and he has continued that trend this year. He not only hits for a good average, but for power as well. He has a real passion for the game, and that fuels his fire.”

Curt Fredrickson


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“We built this team around team hitters. Everyone who goes to the plate has a good idea of what to do. When you have that, it's hard to stop.”

Ozzie Guillen


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“It was a tight (strike) zone tonight, so you could look for your pitch, ... Good for hitters, bad for pitchers.”

Adam Laroche


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“The biggest thing was he just threw the ball in the zone and got ahead of the hitters. He mixed his pitches well, but he?s not overpowering, but he was just getting ahead of the hitters.”

Mike Bocock


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“She's one of the better blockers, hitters, servers, all-around. She's a quiet leader, ... She's developed a good set of hands and she's very smart at the net.”

Kevin Gould


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“It's like they always say, good hitters walk. You get to be a good hitter before you get a lot of walks, that's the way I see it. You take a lot of pitches. You can be smart and selective at the plate, and that helps attribute to walks.”

Kevin Youkilis


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“Good hitters make adjustments and he has been making adjustments. You don't do that, you're not going to survive at this level, but he's been doing that.”

Mickey Hatcher


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“It's always nice when your one, two, three and four hitters get up there and they just pound the ball, (and) then you get to the bottom of the order, and those kids get singles and doubles. That makes it a fun day.”

Phil Forbes


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“There's not one specific approach you can have with [Anderson]. He's one of the best hitters in the league. Wherever you pitch him he's pretty much a .300 hitter everywhere. He's a good hitter. He needs a day off tomorrow.”

Ken Macha


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“You face them a lot, and you get to know the hitters a lot. Obviously, they get to see you, too. So, every once in while, you've got to pull a few tricks out of your sleeve and see what you can do.”

Wade Miller


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