DENVER, CO - MAY 21: Starting pitcher Ian Kennedy #31 of the Arizona Diamondbacks delivers to home plate during the first inning against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field on May 21, 2013 in Denver, Colorado.
It's impressive ... You're talking about a guy that people said might barely make the team in the fifth spot. He pitches well in Spring Training, but it's Spring Training. Then the season starts and he's doing pretty good now. He's on a roll now. I'm impressed.
It's been a while since it was a win ... I'll take any one. After a while, it does get frustrating. I want to get my innings up but I didn't have my best stuff.
There's no quick fix to anything ... It's just about getting back to making sure all the little points are good throughout the bullpen and not getting lazy about it.More quotes »
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Didi Gregorius, Paul Goldschmidt bringing excitement to Arizona Diamondbacks
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PHOENIX - The first pitch was thrown at 6:40 p.m. Central time, and Jimmy Rollins smashed an Ian Kennedy fastball for a home run. The Phillies would rather forget the rest of the night, if possible. They lost, 3-2, and wasted a solid season debut from Ty from Miami Herald Read more »