Facts about Dennis Eckersley

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Dennis Eckersley is a famous Athlete from USA, he/she is 64 years old and still alive, born October 3, 1954.

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He/she is born under the zodiac libra, who is known for Balance, Justice, Truth, Beauty, Perfection. Our collection contains 23 quotes who is written / told by Dennis.

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Famous quotes by Dennis Eckersley (23)


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"When I started finishing games and coming off the field shaking hands, it was a beautiful thing. I mean, you start seeing that you're an important part of the team"
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"They developed a platform for me to put up another 12 years, and that was my ticket to Cooperstown. Those were the best years of my life. It was like magic"
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"I had never been to the playoffs, and it was exciting. The fans went through the roof. They were excited about the whole team. It was great to be traded to a city like Chicago, which was a lot like Boston"
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"But through experience I learned to control my body and locate the ball"
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"When I first came up, the bullpen was pretty much where they put the guys who couldn't start"
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"That first year in Chicago was one of the most memorable in my career. Getting traded rejuvenated me, and I had something to prove. I wanted to show them what I could do"
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"My career spanned the era when relievers started to become more important"
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"I'm proud of the fact that I pitched almost 3,300 innings"
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"I can't recall too much about pitching, but I do remember that I was anxious to get it over with. I just wanted to get that first game over with and go from there"
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"I always had the attitude that I wanted to throw a no-hitter every game"
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"But more important than personal awards is winning the World Series. That's the max that anyone could ask for. Let alone to have the ball in your in your glove for the final out of the World Series. That was the ultimate"
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"Tony knew me both as an athlete and as a person. He cared for me like a father"
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"Then you figure out that if you don't throw it as hard as you can, you can put it where you want. It's more important where you put it"
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"Later, I could take something off my slider and I could make my fastball sink, so I really had four pitches"
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"The thing that got me over the hump was accepting that I had to do whatever I could to stay in the game"
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"I was in good control of my body, and I kept my head still"
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"I was a starter and did some good things there, and then I got a chance to prove myself as a closer. Because of that opportunity, I was blessed with the honor of being elected to the Hall of Fame"
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"You aren't going to stick around long with just two pitches"
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"It took me a few years to realize that throwing harder wasn't always better"
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"Sooner or later you learn that you belong in the big leagues, and that makes you calm down"
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"I also think that I had great mechanics"
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"Pitching... sometimes I did so poorly, it brought me to tears"
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"I think today the players are too nice to one another, but that might change with the unbalanced schedule, with teams playing each other more and more. When you face each other that much, with that much at stake, something's bound to happen"


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