Outs Related Quotes



“They had an inning where they scored five runs and we dropped four outs. It's all a ripple effect. Unfortunately, we make a mistake, and then we make another one instead of stopping the bleeding.”

Amy Evans


“You got to get twenty-seven outs to win.”

Casey Stengel


“You would think Richard Anderson would know the ins and outs of the airline industry extremely well, but that must not have been enough to overcome whatever the advantages of going with Blue Cross were.”

David Delahanty


“We're the type of team that just likes to move runners over and get hits with two outs. We have to continue to do that if we want to win. [Penn State]'s played a pretty hard schedule so their record is no indication of how good they really are.”

Ron Smith


“We've struggled so much in getting the runner in from third with less than two outs, so it obviously felt good doing that. I think it took the pressure off everybody. Might have led to the three-run homer, too.”

Phil Garner


“Second and third with nobody out and a three-run lead, you want to trade some outs for some runs there. I was able to get three ground balls and get out of it and secure the win. It doesn't look pretty in the box score, but I think I did my job.”

Chris Reitsma


“We gave them some extra outs and they took advantage. Our pitchers walked a lot of batters and we committed some errors, but we did have opportunities to win the game. We kind of let it get away.”

Sean Economou


“We had the bases loaded in the third with two outs and we have a runner picked off. We just weren't in it.”

Stephen Burris


“With all the moving around, all the ins and outs. We are here for a week, there for a week. It is just hard to concentrate on football when you have so much going on in your life. It has been truly a long and frustrating year.”

Antowain Smith


“When you load the bases with no outs, you want to score more than one run. When we added Lopez's two to the run we got earlier that inning, it was sort of a springboard for the rest of the game.”

Mike Hargrove