I missed the sign, it was my fault.
I have all of my confidence back. The manager gives me an opportunity to play. He trusts me. I feel like I'm part of the team. I feel so comfortable. I needed something. I needed new faces, a new team. I'm glad I'm here.
[Olivo praised Padres hitting coach Dave Magadan, who, as a minor league instructor, had given Olivo good grades when the 6-foot, 220-pounder was hitting line drives up the middle for Chicago's Double-A club.] Here, the hitting coach said see the ball and hit it, and swing how you want to, ... That's what I'm doing now.
My dream is to play every day for a winning club, ... This is my chance to show what I can do. But Ramon Hernandez is the man here.
Ramon's the man here, ... I just try to take advantage of the opportunity when they call on me.
Before the game yesterday, I talked to Miguel Tejada. I explained to him what was going on. He said, 'You have to take care of your family first.' I want to be there, but I have to take care of business here.
I have to relax and wait for the ball to come to me.