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Potent quotables: Mora's walkoff blast

Jul 12, 2009, 11:29 AM EDT

“I just think, ‘Oh my God, all the questions I have to answer today after the game. You haven’t hit one home run since April.'”

– Melvin Mora, after his 12th-inning walk-off homer against the Blue Jays ended a 50-game homerless drought.

“I still consider myself the best third baseman in the league.”

– Sometimes Bill Hall says things just to make sure people are still paying attention.

“Even today, I feel bad. I went home and thought a lot about it. Today, too.”

– Juan Uribe, whose eighth inning error on a Chase Headley groundball allowed the only baserunner to reach in Jonathan Sanchez’s no-hitter on Friday night.

“I think that’s my first win here in
the last 10 years I’ve been managing the team. I never have a nice
vodka. Every time I go out (in Minnesota) I get drunk because I’m
(upset).”

– Ozzie Guillen and the White Sox finally get off the schneid in Minnesota. The win snapped a five-game losing streak at the Metrodome. The White Sox are 2-10 there since September of 2007.

“To be able to dump that one in the
first inning felt good. The last thing I wanted to do was roll over my
first pitch for a double play to end the inning.”

- Never underestimate the power of a bloop single. Jeff Francoeur was 2-for-4 with two RBI in his debut as the Mets defeated the Reds 4-0 on Saturday night.

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