The '98 Yankees never won 11 in a row.
That was ridiculous, ... I've never seen a ball hit that far.
Once you're in, you're in. There are only four teams who make it. Let's go.
The game is over in Boston, skip.
You know in his tone of voice, his facial expressions. When he has a meeting, he doesn't have to scream and yell, he can just give you that face and that tone he has, and you know we had better pick it up and get going again.
That was tough.
Not just personally, either. More because of what the team went through. The injuries, the adversity ... we went through so much to get here, and to kind of put it all together at the end of the year is pretty satisfying for everyone in this room.
Mel did a great job here all these years, but that's the way the Yankees are. Everybody knows when you come to the Yankees, that things can change from year to year. Everybody that's been here a while understands the things that may arise.
I love Joe Torre.
I think Joe does a great job handling everything from the front office to the media and everything. I don't know if anybody can do as well as he does.
As far as my future goes, I have no idea, ... We'll see what happens. I haven't ruled anything out either way.
That was tough. Going back in that situation after a win is a lot better than going back after a loss and trying to win Game 5. We know if we win [Game 4], we'll have a lot of momentum on our side, even though we'll be on the road.
I don't want to make this a big deal. I'm done. I'm not going to play anymore. I'm 100 percent decided.
It's the greatest feeling in the world. Those teams we had in the late '90s and won the World Series, they just loved our team for the way we went about our business, the way we worked hard. We weren't real flashy stars. We didn't make excuses when things weren't going our way.