Most Powerful Major Leaguer quotations

I've faced more than 35 major leaguers, and only two have ever made contact against me.

Major leaguer quote A lie doesn't become truth, wrong doesn't become right, and evil doesnt' become
A lie doesn't become truth, wrong doesn't become right, and evil doesnt' become good, just because it's accepted by a majority.

As a scouting department, with the confidence we have in our player development, if a guy has the potential that we think they have and the makeup and they stay healthy, we think they will be a productive Major Leaguer. We take a lot of pride in that.

Major leaguer quote Wrong does not cease to be wrong because the majority share in it.
Wrong does not cease to be wrong because the majority share in it.

We'll probably only consider a handful of individuals.

We'll bring up people who can accumulate either innings or at-bats, so we can hopefully gauge where they stand as a prospective Major Leaguer.

I want to be known as a good major-leaguer, and good major-leaguers work to become good.

If you don't set goals, you'll never reach them.

Or like they say in golf, if you aim for nothing, you'll hit it every time. Take any player in the major leagues: I'd say just about everyone of them had a dream - a goal - to be a big-leaguer when they were kids. It wasn't an easy goal, but it was a reachable one, and that's important.

Major leaguer quote Don't confuse the truth with the opinion of the majority.
Don't confuse the truth with the opinion of the majority.

As a scouting department, with the confidence we have in our player development, if a guy has the potential that we think they have and the makeup and they stay healthy, we think they will be a productive Major Leaguer. We take a lot of pride in that.

It's a Little Leaguers game that major leaguers play extraordinarily well, a game that excites us throughout adulthood. The crack of the bat and the scent of the horsehide on leather bring back our own memories that have been washed away with the sweat and tears of summers long gone...even as the setting sun pushes the shadows past home plate.