What cracks me up is people who think I don't take baseball seriously. It's the most important thing in my life. They don't know how hard it is for me to get a bad game out of my mind. I still can't, but I'm getting better.
I know what I did and how I accomplished it. I am proud of it and know that it was done with integrity.
It's so funny that people specify that year because in a way it was the biggest battle for me health wise.
When you're going bad, sometimes you need to relax more. I've always been intense. I didn't need to be more intense.
I look at it logically. We need four wins. We're one step closer.
When I played, I had a natural ability to jump and run, and I just wanted to get bigger and heavier.
I guess when you have that one monster season, it's good because you're recognized. If it weren't for that season, not as many people would know about my career. But it also kind of diminishes what I did in other years.