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Letter "A" » Allard Baird Quotes
«If something presents itself, we'll surely take a look at it. But as of right now, we think we've addressed our needs as we head into the off-season.»
«It's tough to say. We'll send him to the Instructional League and see where he is in relationship to where he should be, game-wise,»
«Justin probably shortened the time to really establish ourselves by two years because of his contacts and notoriety.»
«When you look at him on the field, his defensive ability goes without saying. I don't think any second baseman stays in on the double play like he does -- recklessly, sometimes.»
«We were pleased when he came in after the trade and did a solid job receiving the ball with above-average blocking skills. He's still learning to call a game but, overall, we're pleased.»
«But he improved his release time last year.»
«He has solid, above-average receiving skills and is above-average in handling a pitching staff. He'll be able to aid us in the development of Buck.»
«Hey, I'd love to keep him. I scouted him when he was 18 in Puerto Rico. We were fortunate enough to draft, sign and develop him. I hope we're in this [race] all year, but if not I have to look to the future.»
«Is there complete parity? ... No. But quite frankly, I think it's a copout to use [financial disparity] as an excuse. It's like I tell people: If you don't like the cold weather, move down south.»
«Is there complete parity? No. But quite frankly, I think it's a copout to use [financial disparity] as an excuse. It's like I tell people: If you don't like the cold weather, move down south.»