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I've got to check the history books to find a pitch that was slower than that.

On the ultra loop in Bobby Jones' curveball.

Anthony Keith "Tony" Gwynn
San Diego Padres
OF
HOF 2007

You want to be that guy. You want to be the pitcher who closes it down. You want to put your foot in their neck. I guess it would almost be like an assassin's mentality. Trevor has it for sure.

On closer Trevor Hoffman

Dave Stewart
San Diego Padres
Pitching Coach

Winfield goes back to the wall. He hits his head on the wall -- and it rolls off! It's rolling all the way back to second base! This is a terrible thing for the Padres.

Describing a fly ball to Dave Winfield

Gerald Francis "Jerry" Coleman
San Diego Padres
Radio Announcer

They're probably making me look a whole lot smarter than I am.

On the Padres pitching staff midway through the 1998 playoffs. The staff had allowed just nine runs in six playoff games.

Dave Stewart
San Diego Padres
Pitching Coach

Mine was intense. Kevin's look is crazy. Sometimes, he does look a little crazy out there. I wouldn't know what a serial killer looks like, but he has a sort of a little smile on his face.

On Pitcher Keven Brown, and his game face.

Dave Stewart
San Diego Padres
Pitching Coach
The Bergen Record S-4 10-18-98

You might be right, but might be right and being right are two different things, and we have to sit back and wait and see what happens. In this game, it ultimately boils down to going out there in between the white lines and getting it done. That, to me, is kind of the beauty of baseball: You just don't know.

Referring to the theory that there could eventually be more players with 500 home runs than players with 3,000 hits

Anthony Keith "Tony" Gwynn
San Diego Padres
OF
HOF 2007

I hope that's Robinson and not Garth.

On being compared to "Brooksie".

David Newhan
San Diego Padres
IF
Contributed by: Jonathan Chapman

That's hard to do, get six hits in a row. Man, I was like, 'What's going on here?' I was running all over the place. Home, third, I didn't know where to go.

on giving up six consecutive hits in a Spring Training game against Anaheim.

Woody Williams
San Diego Padres
Pitcher
Contributed by: a san diego fan

Now you've got the long reliever, the middle man, the set-up man, the short man, the stopper, whatever you want to call it, guys who just pitch one inning at a time. I came in with Gaylord Perry winning by a run and saved 14 of his 15 games. I was pitching four or five innings sometimes. There was no such thing as a set-up man. I was my own set-up man.

Comparing the relief pitching landscape at the turn of the 21st century with the late 1970's

In 2001
Roland Glen "Rollie" Fingers
San Diego Padres
Relief Pitcher
HOF 1992

It's like we're in 'The National League playoffs starring the Chicago Cubs. Also with the San Diego Padres.'

Poking fun at the overwhelming media attention being focused on the Cubs, virtually never seen in the post-season, during the 1984 NLCS

Anthony Keith "Tony" Gwynn
San Diego Padres
OF
HOF 2007

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