May have to get creative with Jed Lowrie's rehab


The veteran infielder, who still hasn't played a good assignment where he was 1-for-4 with a scored in a 7- 3 wine over Rochester on Sunday. Syracuse and the Mets receive

If Syracuse misses the playoffs, Callaway could not continue his rehab in another form.

“The one thing we will have to do,” said Callaway. “We can set up simulated games, we can do a lot of things. [Lowrie] is playing in Triple-A. ”

Robinson, according to Callaway. The second base on the Mets on Tuesday in Washington. After playing his first rehab game for Single-A Brooklyn a night earlier.

Callaway said: “We are going to go on the face,” Callaway said.

Sam Haggerty, Tyler Bashlor and Daniel Zamora joined Brandon Nimmo. T In addition, Tomas Nido activated from the last homestand.

Bashlor and Zamora have worked from the Mets bullpen this season. Haggerty, the infielder, stole 23 bases combined with Double-A Binghamton and Triple-A Syracuse. Haggerty could be used primarily in a pinch-running role.

The Mets planned to take the train from Philadelphia to Washington D.C. after Sunday night's game. Expected they 1: 1: first pitch.

Callaway admitted his "heart sank" Saturday when J.D. Wilson Ramos. Last season, the Mets batted out of order in Cincinnati.


Robinson Cano's Mets return date coming into focus

In the first season with the Mets.

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At the plate, and expects to rezoin with the Cyclones on Labor Day.

“That's the plan for now,” Cano said. “I feel good today, hopefully it feels good. To the team to win. ”

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“Running I feel 100 percent,” he said. “I haven't done anything again”.

The 36-year-old Cano had struggled in his first season in the midst of the underwhelming. Games – he tore his hamstring, pulling up lame after singling in the rout of the Pirates on Aug. 4.

Yet, he could be back a month later.

“And giving everything I got.” T

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What turned Nationals’ Asdrubal Cabrera off from Mets reunion

Asdrubal Cabrera was very much interested in a reunion with the Mets — in the offseason.

The Mets went a different route, but were the first team to call him last weekend after he was designated for assignment and released by the Rangers. Cabrera returned the favor and said thanks, but no thanks, and signed with Washington.

So the 33-year-old infielder ended up Friday night back at Citi Field in a Nationals uniform — though not in the starting lineup — ready to chase a playoff spot with one of the Mets’ biggest rivals.

“They called me and told me they wanted me to come back here,” Cabrera said. “But personally, they had the opportunity to keep me here in the offseason and they [brought] in different guys from different teams.”

Cabrera spent two and a half years with the Mets, batting .279 with an .803 OPS before they traded him to the Phillies last July. He had become a fan favorite along the way, even after briefly requesting a trade in the summer of 2017 when he was unhappy the Mets had decided to move him from shortstop to second base.

The relationship between the two sides had smoothed over since then, so much so that Cabrera was interested in coming back to Queens in the offseason. He said the Mets had called to express their interest in him in January, but a week later signed Jed Lowrie — who has yet to play a game in a Mets uniform.

“They never called me back,” Cabrera said. “But it is what it is. It’s part of the business.”

Not returning to the Mets crushed his son, Meyer, Cabrera said. Instead, he signed with the Rangers and hit .235 with a .711 OPS in 93 games before they cut ties last week. He became a free agent on Saturday and signed Monday with the Nationals.

That joining the Nationals gave Cabrera a chance to play the Mets was not much of a factor, he said. The Mets, meanwhile, ended up landing Joe Panik to fill their infield need in Robinson Cano’s absence with a torn hamstring.

Cabrera will play a utility role for the Nationals as they chase the Braves in the NL East while entering Friday as the first wild card.

“They’re a team that’s playing really good right now, so we got a chance to be in the playoffs,” Cabrera said of Washington, where he also played in 2014. “Just come here and try to help the team no matter who we play.”



Jarred Kelenic's mother is sick of Mets' stories about her son

Jarred Kelenic will always be attached to the Mets and this will not be good with the former mother's first-round pick.

“I'm surprised to see it in New York newspapers after all this time,” Lisa Kelenic said with America's Baseball Sunday. “It's 19. It was yours for 4 months. You broke up with him. ”

Kelenic name is increased in Post this season. The Mets chose the field in the sixth overall in the 2018 draft, and was sent to the Mariners as part of the messenger Edwin Diaz-Robinson Cano who only keeps getting worse for the people who are not Amazin.

The Mets succeeded in progressing with the aspirations of play prizes and now there is no controversy. Meanwhile, the 20 year old Kelenic is rapidly rising through the system of Mariners. He is in Advanced-A now having broken .309 / .394 / .586 with 11 towns and 29 RBI in 50 low-A game, and was a representative for Seattle at MLB Futures Game last month. Kelenic is currently meeting with .250 / .325 / .444 with four home races and 14 RBI's in 30 Modesto games.

“It stinks. In all honesty, I want them both to win, that is, ”Kelenic said at the All-Star events. “I mean, the season isn't around. It is still halfway. It is still early. I'm just trying to stay away from it, because there's nothing I can do, you know? ”



There's a stellar night there for a boy for the third straight victory

MINNEAPOLIS – Who were these people and where are they hiding the real redemption man?

A lottery was trained as no one else in the big leagues was burning crazy the Mets to rescue after Steven Matz started Tuesday night and managed to make the offense against the cities.

Robert Gsellman, Luis Avilan, Jeurys Familia (yep, even it) Justin Wilson, Seth Lugo, Edwin Diaz, sink the kitchen. Eventually, the Field Meets had a 3-2 win in their first game since 2013.

Diaz turned into nail spirits by loading the tires with two in the ninth before Nelson Cruz quickly sent the boy.

“(Cruz) came into his strength, that is his power, and I came with my strength, that is my quick tumor,” Diaz said. “The only thing I wanted was to raise my quick sin to find out.” T

Michael Conforto 4-for-4 (the overall goal for a single) went on a night that the Mets scored two unearned races in the first place and were not behind. The Mets won the third and moved eight games under .500. The Mets did not have three in a row since the Nationals swept four games, finishing on 23 May.

The Callaway Mickey Manager started playing the matchup match in the fifth, when Gsellman and Avilan were used. The sixth Avilan and Familia, before Wilson, Lugo and Diaz put inning without a score, meant. This is all from a lottery that submitted an ERA 7.33 over its previous 40 games.

“For five of your entry without spending a score against that group then, many says,” said Callaway. “And you knew (the Couples) that they wouldn't be able to easily introduce everyone.” T

This shutdown came against a Gemini team who started the night with a six-game lead in AL Central and it's a speed to break the MLB record for homers in season.

In the first day he began in 18 days, Matz was removed after four seizures (68 pitches) in which he allowed two races earned on five goals and one walk. The bug in the number of fields was 75-80 after spending the week before the All-Star break working from the lottery.

“I certainly wasn't as sharp as I would have been,” said Matz. “But I felt great out there, attacking guys that comfortably.”

Conforto was delivered against the change in the fifth, taking a pierced RBI left to lead 3-2 lead to Mets. The third of four hits at night for Conforto, who entered 6-for-49 (.122) was skiing over his previous 14 games. As a surprise, Amed Rosario closed and he reached the third on a wild field before Conforto shortened his swing with two and put the victory on.

“I like a few weeks ago that I might not get that ball long enough to punish it the other way,” said Conforto. “And it is clear that what he gave us was the lead that was also very big.”

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There was an RBI of C.J. Cron's double in the fourth, and tied to 2-2, after Matz surrendered to Eddie Rosario and is at the forefront. With runners on both corners and two, Jonathan Schoop broke the second time in an attempt to pull a shot and allow Cron to break his home. But Schoop was tagged with Cron's score.

Schoop began a change from Matz from the third to draw the Couples within 2-1. The damage in the inning would be more extensive if Conforto were not racing on the middle park's fence to get a winner in Cruz in the final with a runner in the first place.

With the help of a run ball, field and wild error, the Mets scored two unearned races in the first against Michael Pineda. Jeff McNeil and Conforto named consecutively opening the game, and both competitors progressed on Jason Castro. Robinson Cano's sacrifice flight introduced in the first run before Pineda brought a wild park unloading, sending Conforto to third place. Conforto scored Schoop's field error which enabled Wilson Ramos to achieve the first coin.

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Mets punishment text Amed Rosario loafing lesson

MIAMI – Amed Rosario got sent to his room without dinner Sunday.

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“I think you know that we haven't heard the game.” Callaway said after the game. Hech out there. I want to do it. T

When the Mets did last visited Marlins Park in May, the manager was grilled for noticing Callaway defended Cano during the day with Rosario on Sunday.

“[Rosario] there's a heck of a job, he always hustles,” Callaway said. “The second time. That's the learning lesson for him. Part of his game. I'm happy with Rosie. ”

Rosario know he had erred. T

"I think I got caught in the emotion of popping out," Rosario said. “It wasn’t the best decision to make.”

Callaway singled him out.

“I am always aggressive,” Rosario said. "And this time."


Robinson Cano is waiting to help end their misery Marlins

MIAMI – Robinson Cano summer summer slide hiatus took on Saturday night so he could use a fish dinner.

He lodged a twist of Nick Anderson, Nick Anderson, into the upper deck on the right, which enabled the Mets to show a second base almost forgotten town.

At the end.

And the Canon continued during the eighth invention as the difference, the Mets skid snapped two games with a 4-2 victory at Marlins Park.

There was an infinite bat drought at June Cano, going to June 17. Only five homers in the former All-Star in season are almost not expecting their high expectations.

The late support received a victory for Noah Syndergaard, who allowed two races earned on five goals with nine of the strikes over seven incorporation before Seth Lugo and Edwin Diaz made a frame without score. The Mets (41-51) won a four game lost streak in this playing field going to May, when they were swept here.

In the eighth, Dominic Smith gave one against Anderson before Cano jumped on a 1-1 pitch. Cano now has two homer in his previous 47 games.

The Marlins tied 2-2 against Syndergaard fourth. Harold Ramirez provided RBI double for the first time before Jorge Alfaro reinforced in another. Neil Walker started the rally with a pioneering single and went to a second extraordinary throw at Syndergaard.

The 17th man of the season brought Michael Conforto – a two-way blast in the third – the 2-0 lead for the Mets. Jeff McNeil doubling before Conforto cleared the fence on the right side of his first homer from June 24, covering 43 bats.

Before the game, Conforto refused to salute his first half performance, but the outfielder Mets admitted that they were disappointed.

“I'm sure I'm not happy with how the first half went,” said Conforto. “I think I started the way I wanted and that I started to expand my zone a little and I managed to get out of what was doing well and I think it's more like an approach and I have to park the fields. I get. "

Conforto entered into a story line of .241 / .358 / .466 with 16 hosts and 44 RBIs, suggesting that it was valued at the point of contact. There was 81 Conforto strike going into the second play of the club, behind Pete Alonso's 95. But only half of the number of homers who hit Alonso were there.

When the play began to fall in a 4-for-40 downturn (.100) as play began, Conforto was transferred to the hole No.

Meanwhile, the manager of Mickey Callaway is searching for clues as to what might be affecting Conforto.

“It's equally light,” said Callaway. “It's hard to find out if he's ever struggling emotionally or mentally or tired or happy or sad. It is always the same man and that is what you want. I don't think it will ever go up. He works out his tail every single day and we make sure he's sure he'll be sure you can say.

Conforto followed a concussion in May during a collision with Cano in search of a springboard. But Conforto said that there was no impact in keeping with the comfort, and Callaway did not see anything to suggest that the collision had an impact.

“I don't think,” he said. “I came back from the controversy and was successful, I was swinging the bats well and doing the things I was doing earlier in the year, so I wouldn't do anything on that. I don't think I have anything different than I have already done, so I don't think he plays into it. ”

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Brodie Van Wagenen set to face music: Questions he may face

MIAMI – Brodie Van Wagenen avoided reporters.

Before the Mets open and three-game series at Marlins Park, Van Wagenen. The Mets are 40-50 and have about “sell”. T

Some questions the GM might face:


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What is the plan for Robinson Cano?

The disappointing second baseman continues to play. How to get started Or is it the case that the 2023 season?

Will the Mets blow it up and rebuild?

Van Wagenen was wired for the first time because of it because of it. Dangling Jacob deGrom – who owns a full no-trade clause Noah Syndergaard is under the rule of mind. Seth Lugo is another asset who could help a contender, but his subtraction would be the best in the future.

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Mets Robinson Cano is showing signs of busting out

Robinson Cano will hear the boos. He knows what is being said.

The trade, which brought him Edwin Diaz and closer to the Mets from Seattle, this season for two former first-round pick along with Jay Bruce and Anthony Swarzak, in his flop. He has returned the Mets. And Cano has a message for many people associated with that move.

“But remember,” said Cano with Post before the opening of the Subway Series at Citi Field on Tuesday night, “the season is not yet around.”

Cano, who won 2-in-3 with a walk in the Mets 4-2, met with the Yankees as a Meit for the first time, after the opening two games of the Subway League to leave his old home in The Bronx months due to injury. The second baseman, 36 years of age, was expecting to see old friends, but he was more excited to continue with his warm stretch recently and helped the Mets to continue the good feelings. A Sunday victory over the Braves won a streak to lose seven games.

Mission completed in both counts.

“I'm hitting the ball right by guys. Now it is falling, which is different, ”said Cano before the victory. “But I'm feeling good on the plate.

“Every time I start to feel good,” said Cano with laughs, “I am always in my hand.” T

In fact, Cano is fortunate. It is hit twice on the hand. He lost 21 game also because of a quad injury. This included the first round of the Subway Series, which added a little extra to Tuesday night's game for him.

“It is great fun when you play against friends,” he said, enlisting the Sabathia CC, Gary Sanchez and Gleyber Torres as a Yankees with whom he is close.

Although a short example, Cano has begun. He has four multi-winged games in his last four and five in the last six years. The Cana slash line of .243 / .293 / .372 is still relatively small.

“That's not how yours. I know fans want to see results at all times. Even though, you don't want to hit a line and it does things, ”he said. “I'm the kind of guy I never doubt myself.”



McNeil hot dog secret, more

The first baseman / finalist Dominic Smith meets in the middle of the season, with some questions and questions on the eve of the Citi Field of the Subway Series.

Q: What do you remember about your first Subway Series?
A: I met my first home run in the first Subway League in my life. It was from Sonny Gray, which was quite awesome. It was 2017. We didn't play for a long time towards the end of the year. To go to Yankee Stadium for the first time and only see the history in the playing field so … I know not old Yankee Stadium, but it is a presence you feel when you play on that field. It was like a play atmosphere for us, certainly, because they are sold out and they are praising from the first park to the last. You will hear the “Go to Mets” songs, and then you will hear that Yankee gets out of death. And then vice versa when we're at home: You'll hear the spells “Go Yankees” and they get them out. There is only a different energy because you are playing your rival from down the street, and these are for bragging rights until next year.

Q: Does the blood get boiling blood?
A: Oh yeah, because we know what they're doing there and we know how good they are playing – and they found a lot of cannons out and they're still playing well. We want to give it to him. I think if we can build a couple from them, he could certainly put things around.

Q: Your confidence is high in these days. What is the low-point of confidence for you?
A: The last low point (August) was when I and (Amed) Rosario interrupted each other (a flight left short in the 13th inning against Men) and we lost that game . I did not meet well, I did not play well, I was getting used to a new job. I feel that all of that depression that I have progressed in my career has helped me to become a player I am now starting. I think I failed so much in the big series and I did a lot of wrong things that I don't feel more nerves. I'm not nervous when I go there on the pitch, or I don't feel the anxiety or pressure I put on when I was 22 years of age (and) in the big rows first. I didn't know whether or not, as I said, this is your first time going through this play against a league contest, playing at the highest level against the best players every day .

Q: Have you ever thought about a sports psychologist?
A: Yes, life coach, I like to call him. His name is Dr Mark. He graduated from SC, which was held in the Olympics, was an excellent holder for a while.

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Q: How was it helpful?
A: It helps me mentally as long as it puts negative thoughts in your head because when you start thinking about impartiality, it is like seven times more likely to happen, and if you speak there , it's like duplication, so it's like 14 more likely to happen. I just think you have all these negative energy and ideas, if you can filter all of these things and always do positive things, or just look at the big picture, or don't think things can be you make & # 39; t control, it helps you at night to go to bed easier. It helps you to go out and perform at a high level, and it does not only make everything more relaxed and relaxed.

Q: How often during the season you saw it?
A: I would sit down once a week.

Q: How was your sleep apnea found?
A: My mom, she came to see me in the Gulf Coast League, and I fell asleep after a day game. I go back to her hotels about 5:00 pm in the afternoon, and once I came back, rhythm out on the bed. And she woke up: “Dominic, Dominic, woke up.” And I woke up, “Well, mom, what's there?” She was like, “You stopped breathing as you slept.” And I said, “What? There was no way. ”We did a little research on it, and kinda showed that I am sleeping apnea. He did not address him. If you get poor sleep on a consistent night basis, you feel good in your mind, but in fact you are always tired and deprived. It has been a big hit for me in the last couple of years when I felt I could not concentrate. I thought I had to take some ADD tests because it was really struggling with me, I was struggling to lock in, only my energy level was always top and I was always tired, interrupting the pitch, trying to fight off fall. If we had any bus trip, I sleep in two seconds.

So I eventually got a mask, but when I went to the big leagues, I didn't know how to change my insurance, because the mini-layers you use Blue Cross Blue Shield, in the big leagues we use Aetna. So it was like my insurance was taking care of my sleep apnea machine, adding new masks to me every three months, adding new tubes to me every three months, new filters. So when that stopped when I reached the big leagues, I did not face it again until this year in spring training. And Chick (Brian Chiklo, trainer) asked me whether I was getting a good sleep and using my mask. And I said to the truth, I said no.

Q: So every night you sleep with the mask?
A: If I am not, you could say.

Q: You are comfortable at its weight now?
A: 225.

Q: You feel dangerous at the plate?
A: Yes, feel dangerous. There 's craic. You see peers starting differently with you, and I like that, because that means they are getting a little more respect in it.

Q: I thought Brandon Nimmo might be the happiest man in games. You could be.

A: (Laughter) I think a lot of it comes from where I was raised (in Los Angeles) and how I was raised. I am very grateful for the opportunity I get on a daily basis. I am very grateful to be here. One thing that adheres to me is that my parents always tell me that a million children would be killed in my shoes, my colleagues, my friends, even some of my family members who didn't get the chance. They would do anything to get back and enjoy and enjoy this moment. Baseball, if you play a 10-year career, that is a long game and a good career. But in your life, there are not many ten years, so I always want people to remember me as the person I was, I don't want to remember me as a good baseball player.

Q: Pete Alonso in the Derby Home Run?
A: The Derby Home Run will not affect its swing as it hits the line out of the field, so you don't have to worry about that. He doesn't have to do much to hit home. I want to see him in the Derby as he runs a show every day in BP for us. Even when he does not want to reach home, he is still walking home. It could record some record of Home Run Derby as far as possible while perhaps just how much it hits because it is sure that 80 pop (on a scale 20-80 scouting) is sure .

Q: 80 pop?

A: I want to say 90, if you can go high on the scale. I spoke to Robbie (Cano) about it, and Robbie said he had only seen two people who have that kind of pop. And he said A-Rod and Nelson Cruz, so there are many high praise there.

Q: Why was there no jealousy between you and Pete fighting for the first base in the spring?
A: When you look at the big picture, we have two young men who have plenty of control. We are going to be with the Mets for the next six years if it is so, so it looks like: Why was that created or the jealousy of that when you're going around the this man for the next couple of years when everyone can only do each other and help this team win? If you both play well, the team is no better than ever. And everyone in that locker room, we do not just want one thing and that to win, so why will not we just play together, it will be fun, jell, that you will have a good time, and you'll be very win? And then everything is perfect.

Q: So do you hope you are not trading?
A: I don't want to trade. I know it's part of the game – it's a business – but the Mets drafted me, I love New York. I know New York, and I love the fan base here. If you hit here, it is better than you won anywhere in the world. We see it with the 6969 team who come in, they walk through the city and no one forget what they did. Such things don't happen everywhere. In other places, you do not have the same kind of passions and love for you. At the same time, if you play bad, you're going to tell you about it, and I appreciate that, because I think that's what the player put on me today.

Growing up in the city center, my parents were very hard on me and very honest, and sometimes you have to be honest with you and take a step back and look at the mirror and tackle the issue. you and fix it. New York could make you or it could break you. Not everyone can play here, but I think there is no other base or city that I want to play.

Q: Jeff McNeil?
A: It gives so much for the game that it is exciting to watch it. It's a big defender, he could play all nine jobs – even if you had to park it, he could get into it and a park – and it's good. He puts the ball into play, he goes on the base, he starts rallies, he gets a lot of clutch hits – there are many people who meet late in the game when we need a few RBI's, he seems to have done the job .

Q: How do you like the left field?
A: I am more comfortable this year than I was last year. I would like to do a dive play and then I feel I am real-field (smile).

Q: Have you hit the other area as much as you're doing now?
A: Yeah. I'm going back to what I got here. I was a high-level man, and I could hit the ball to every field. I knew I had power online, but when I first came up here, I wanted to be a tow powerman. Everyone is starting to see what the hype is all that existed before I got called to me, so it's playful.

Q: Who will steal more coins, you or Alonso?
A: (Laughter) I do not know, it is going to be a good one, it is aggressive out there on the trails. We brought up to Sinn (the first coach Glenn Sherlock), like, “Hey, if these pitchers are going to be slow for us when we go first, we can take some action, we can slightly run and happen. ”We can't be the fastest guys, but if we can run the tires well, there is only more to prove this offense.

Q: 4 July is a day out of the day.
A: I was talking to some people the other day, they said, “Brooklyn Bridge, you could go around there and they are going by fireworks.” B & # maybe they got a hot dining competition that day. I know that McNeil wanted to go because he likes hot dogs.

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Q: But do not enter the competition.
A: (Chuckle) There is no no. McNeil could try. He loves hot dogs. That's a few days routine, get a hot dog before the game. The game he gets like four hits, he probably had a hot dog before that game. That's a good thing. Once, we played, I think, the Cardinals, I gave him a hot dog in the middle of the game. It was 0-for-2. “I need a hot dog.”

Q: Where does he eat the hot dog?
A: In the tunnel. No one could see. Just scarfed it down very quickly. Then he got a few hits (laughter).

Q: What is good luck food?
A: I have my little routine. When I put on my socks, I must put my right sockets first. If I don't, I am all on my own. I only drink cold nitro birth coffee before the game.

Q: When would you drink that?
A: The first 7:05 pitch, I probably drink around 7 it.

Q: Chili Davis?
A: It is from the South Central L.A., from where I am. This year has had a huge impact on me as well as the “next person” attitude. It may not be run at home, run at home, run at home. If you get a park like you can hit hard, then hit it hard somewhere. You are strong enough to hit the ball out of any part of the park. I think it was one thing that last year was a breach of the offense when we wanted to take our perfect swing and swing, and if we don't get that amazing park, just swing. We have been falling behind many times. Now you have two strikes and you are in fighting mode. And sometimes you could get that park and lose it, and then only kinda is retiring.

Q: Your cousin James Tomlin lives with you in Long Island City.
A: We only speak baseball and things. I am starting to become a nerd games, I feel. I want to find ways to improve and do more homework.

Q: How do you live with you?
A: When I grew up, we always had a family full of people. When I took up a pro ball, he suckled me not to have a family around me and not to be aware of me around. I think it is easier to do everything around it, that someone could see me after each game, and that I could talk about whatever might be there.

Q: Are you cooking?
A: Let us put it like this: If there was a certain food in the house, not a death (smile).

Q: The “Your Dream” tattoo down your right hand. What is the meaning?

A: I was still in high school when I got it. For me, knowing that things in life can be tough, it may be difficult and great, and especially dealing with trying to make your career passion or thing you want to do in life make out. And many children grow up and have dreams, but they don't meet because of x, y and z. It is a great thing for me but it means that you always follow your dream. No matter what happened, no matter how hard it gets, follow your dream. And no matter what dream you have, big dreams, I believe it and always think you can do it.

Q: The “Dwell in Hope” tattoo?
A: I found this tattoo with this woman who is close to me. Bible verse is really. For me, it means that I always hope that I have hope during tough periods, through hard times. I am from L.A. I am from the city center, so there is a lot of this stuff that comes in my life, it is definitely a dream and a blessing. Because many people do not come from here far in life.

Q: “I always love you, mom is on your chest?

A: That's the first tattoo I got. I found it with my sister when I was in high school. My mother always tells me, “If you get tattoos, make sure they have meaning.” I didn't get it. She told me I had to wait until I graduated, so I got kinda off with my older sister and I got that one, so she was really happy because she was in her handwriting. This means exactly that for our family she knows that she is always going to me, and that everything is more enjoyable every day.

Q: Career goals?
A: At the moment, I'm just trying to get better every day. Of course, I wish to be an All-Star. I would like to win some of the World Series.

Q: What type of career do you think you can have?
A: I think I can be a perennial All-Star, striking for high level and power, and just being a good defender, no matter where he is. I want to be as the player I know that I can be.

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