Most pitchers are too smart to manage.
Losing is no disgrace if you've given your best.
Your memorabilia becomes more significant. It does put you in a different category.
The only thing Earl Weaver knows about big-league pitching is that he couldn't hit it.
Two weeks, maybe three. You never know with psychosomatic injuries You have to take your time with them.
You can't win if nobody catches the ball in the outfield. You're only as good as the team you have behind you.
I hate the cursed Oriole fundamentals... I've been doing them since 1964. I do them in my sleep. I hate spring training.
There's only one cure for what's wrong with all of us pitchers, and that's to take a year off. Then, after you've gone a year without throwing, quit altogether.