I think there's a quiet aggression that you need to have, that presence that you have on the mound, the poise, you know.
I'm a sucker for Wrigley, so I feel I'll probably be a sucker for Fenway, too.
You can have really good statistics, which are really good, and it's a serious advantage, but when push comes to shove, it's about players communicating and players playing together.
Verlander is a guy every right-handed power pitcher looks up to since the beginning of time.
You know in a playoff atmosphere anything can happen.
When you're more comfortable out there, you start seeing different things, relaxing more, being able to trust your pitches more and not try to overdo things as much.