The biggest thing as I have gotten older is the calmness that's come over me.
No matter what players say or people say, you want to be liked and appreciated, even if you've had a downfall.
I had fun coming every day and playing in front of a packed house - it was exciting.
I can't get into specifics. Someday, hopefully, I'll be able to.
I've learned that you have to take responsibility for yourself in this game and lead yourself through it.
I know my swing is going to be there. I don't need 600 swings in the cage; I know where it's at.
This game, it seems when you play it the best, is when you're not really thinking a lot and just reacting and keeping it at its simplest point - just see it and hit it.
As a younger player, you always kind of play with that fear of failure.
I'm still playing the game, having a great time.
You get to the plate and nothing is going through your mind. You see the ball, you see the seams.
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