Christian Yelich Quotes.
I’ve definitely been to my fair share of Dodger games growing up. Didn’t grow up too far from the stadium. That’s where I first learned, first watched major-league baseball.
You enjoy that as a player, though, going up against the best, just try and see how you stack up.
I think the biggest thing is just focusing on the day-to-day, your routine, not getting caught up in the future or the past and just being right there and focusing on what you have to do that day or that night to help your team win.
You’re not necessarily going to sneak out many cheap ones, but the ones that are supposed to be homers are homers when you’re playing at home.
All I can do is keep going out there and playing hard, and whatever happens happens.
It’s one thing to make the big leagues, but it’s another thing to make it to an all-star game.
All you can ask for is the chance to win.
That’s basically what you’re going out trying to do every night – help the team win.
You want to get everything out of this game. You want to experience as much of it as there is to offer, because you never how long you’re going to get to do it. It’s short.
Once you’ve had success, I think you can go one of two ways. You can either have that success and go downhill, or you can use it to build off of it and continue going upward.
Everyone wants to pencil you in as the kind of player that you’re going to be after a few years in the big leagues. When you’re still really young, they think that’s what you’re going to be forever.
One game at a time – just win one game at a time.
If you want something, you’ve got to take it.
It’s frustrating when you’re not getting the job done.
As long as everybody’s doing what they need to to get ready to play each night, we don’t have a problem.
It happens throughout the year where your swing feels better, or it feels worse; you feel good, you feel bad.
It’s always nice to be honored among your peers.
I think expectations are a good thing. As a player, you should embrace them and not shy away from them.
Miami will always be special to me.
After the games, you know, go on Twitter and stuff, ‘Hey, do you know you look like Pete Davidson?’ Like, yeah, I get it every night.
You never think of being in that conversation for the triple crown. You don’t even dream about that. It’s a dumb dream. Get real.
You want to help the team win and contribute any way possible.
Being a baseball player is most important, first and foremost. Obviously, there are other obligations that come with everything. You just need to balance it and take it in stride, but at the same time, be mindful of your time and prioritize everything and what is most beneficial.
The win is the biggest thing.
Having your competitiveness and your desire as an athlete called into question is, for sure, frustrating.
I don’t like to guess. Just react. Some guys are guess hitters. I just could never do it. If you guess and guess wrong, you have no shot of hitting anything else.
You learn yourself, as a player, what you can handle at the plate, what you can’t.
It’s pretty ridiculous how nice people are in Milwaukee. It’s like you’re a member of everyone’s family or something.
I don’t really look at numbers. I couldn’t tell you what my home-road stats are or anything like that.
No one was like, ‘Here’s how you swing.’ It was just like, ‘Let’s go hit and figure it out along the way.’ I always kind of figured it out.
At the end of the day, it’s about winning games.
You always want to play at a high level.
My favorite player growing up was actually Jeter.
I think competing gets overlooked sometimes. The competitiveness that you bring to a game and an at-bat, it can go a long way. It really can.
Every game matters.