I don't know if I passed a business class in college.
I remember they had some big country boys and just enough speed to aggravate you.
Early on, there is more of a chance of me being in there early in a game and maybe a little more frequently. But that doesn't really change my approach. I think we're all still counting on [the starters] to find a way to pitch into the later-middle innings, so to speak.
On a team like this, I can be satisfied with that role. This team is capable of a lot of good things and they need a guy like that. It takes pressure off the starters if they're having a tough day and those late-inning relievers don't need to be in earlier. I'm hoping that I can be the glue between the cracks.
In years passed, maybe guys like me have been pushed out. If you're reasonable financially from a salary standpoint, maybe you can stick around. If you overprice yourself, maybe you can find yourself on the outside looking in.