Being able to walk in team offices in the winter and even say hello is important. I don't believe in managing and going home.
More Quotes from Terry Francona:He was OK to stay in, but I didn't think it was a smart thing to do. We go and get ice on it now, and not only do we hopefully have him (today), but have him feeling a little bit better.
Nobody wants to see a two-run homer, ... But I do like the way he handled himself. That's a lot to ask of this kid, but we're trying to have more weapons. And he's got a lot of them. He just didn't get the ball in far enough.
We talked this morning. The best thing to do for me with David is not talk to you guys because if it's going to get messed up in the translation, it's not worth it. If I'm going to have somebody upset at me, I'd rather have it you guys than him. But we're fine. Everything's fine.
We're really pleased. They catch the ball. The offense, we'll see. There have been ups and downs with both of them. If we can get in the middle with both of them, that's probably what we're looking for. They've mixed in really well. Lowell, for instance, he doesn't have to hit cleanup for us. He can hit sixth or seventh. If he doesn't start out like a house of fire, it's not going to be a really big deal for us.
Good at-bats. It's nice. First pitch, (he hits a) line drive. He ran the bases really well.
What bothered me is that I just got a memo from the (American) League stating that when (umpires) meet it has to be conclusive. When an umpire in the middle of the field overrules it, that word conclusive (comes to mind). That's a difficult call for me to swallow right there. That was kind of my point.
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