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I don't believe in ice. It's too cold, for one thing.

One of the few pitchers who doesn't ice his arm after each outing

Paul John Quantrill
Toronto Blue Jays

Our club as a whole feels we're better without Roger. Roger isn't conducive to winning. He's more of a guy who's good at accomplishing individual goals, but he is not capable of bringing a team a championship. The proof is in the pudding. He didn't do it in Boston, he came to Toronto and he didn't do it there. The situation in New York ... it's not that he would bring a championship there, but he'd be riding coat-tails of a club that can do it without him.

On Roger Clemens

David Stewart
Toronto Blue Jays
Assistant General Manager

He might be the best catcher I've ever seen. He could retire right now and go into the Hall of Fame. Johnny Bench had more power, but Bench never had this guy's quickness.

On Rangers catcher Ivan Rodriguez after the 1999 season

Jim Fregosi
Toronto Blue Jays
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

I wish him well and I hope he stays in the National League.

After having the same elbow ligament surgery as Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood, on Wood coming back and throwing 98 mph

May, 2000
William Christopher "Billy" Koch
Toronto Blue Jays

If you can make a habit of winning, then you don't have to turn it up a notch.

Carlos Delgado
Toronto Blue Jays

He promised me he was going to hit a lot of doubles. He's starting to piss me off with all these homers.

On DH Brad Fullmer

May, 2000
Jim Fregosi
Toronto Blue Jays
Contributed by: Lee Gibbs

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