Mike Hazen

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Mike Hazen said : “I think he probably fell victim to the 60-game season more than anyone else,” “I do think a longer runway for certain areas of the lineup probably would have benefited him” External link

ChinaPost Friday, September 11, 2020 2:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "There are moments in time when you can't go chasing something that isn't there," External link

12news Wednesday, September 2, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "It was challenging to envision letting this go for another year and starting back up again a year from now," External link

12news Wednesday, September 2, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen dijo ( about Archie Bradley ) : “Nadie trabajó más duro que Archie Bradley” External link

12news Tuesday, September 1, 2020 3:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen dijo ( about Grandes Ligas ) : “Siempre es arriesgado cuando los equipos en nuestra posición hacen operaciones arriesgadas con un capital de alto potencial” “Esas son probablemente algunas de las cosas más arriesgadas que hacemos. Pero las volveremos a hacer si tenemos la oportunidad y si eso va a mover la aguja en nuestro equipo de Grandes Ligas. De hecho, creo que estamos mejor posicionados por eso ahora, dado lo que acabamos de hacer” External link

12news Tuesday, September 1, 2020 3:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen dijo : “La expectativa para estos próximos 25 juegos es que vamos a salir y jugar tan duro como podamos y desafiar todo lo que podamos desafiar” “Mi expectativa de lo que eso podría significar para las victorias y las derrotas tiene que estar a la altura de lo que acabo de hacer con la plantilla” External link

12news Tuesday, September 1, 2020 3:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "Opening day will be another marker in that, but it's going to continue to endure beyond that as well," External link

news18 Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

denverpost Wednesday, July 22, 2020 8:25:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

thegrio Wednesday, July 22, 2020 6:48:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

680news Wednesday, July 22, 2020 9:43:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

ChinaPost Wednesday, July 22, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” External link

southernminn Friday, June 26, 2020 11:28:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” External link

ChinaPost Friday, June 26, 2020 10:09:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” External link

foxnews Friday, June 26, 2020 3:57:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

wcnc Friday, June 26, 2020 3:50:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

krem Friday, June 26, 2020 3:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

12newsnow Friday, June 26, 2020 3:36:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

12news Friday, June 26, 2020 3:25:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

khou Friday, June 26, 2020 3:23:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

firstcoastnews Friday, June 26, 2020 3:21:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

kgw Friday, June 26, 2020 3:14:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

wtsp Friday, June 26, 2020 3:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

wusa9 Friday, June 26, 2020 3:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

13newsnow Friday, June 26, 2020 3:02:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

newswest9 Friday, June 26, 2020 3:00:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. “Things are going to have to change temporarily in our lives to be able to do this”. That means altering the way baseball players behave on and off the field. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

eagletribune Friday, June 26, 2020 2:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. “Things are going to have to change temporarily in our lives to be able to do this”. That means altering the way baseball players behave on and off the field. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

click2houston Friday, June 26, 2020 1:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

kiro7 Friday, June 26, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wish I was more knowledgeable about what it’s going to take, given whatever amount of down time there is, and where we are in the cycle of things when we’re able to resume,” External link

forbes Thursday, March 19, 2020 7:28:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We were notified today that Salt River Fields is closing,” “We will be suspending operations there and for the 40-man roster players we will be transitioning down to Chase to continue to provide an avenue for guys if they need it” External link

forbes Thursday, March 19, 2020 5:45:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wish I was more knowledgeable about what it’s going to take, given whatever amount of down time there is, and where we are in the cycle of things when we’re able to resume,” External link

forbes Thursday, March 19, 2020 5:45:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It’s not always just raw stuff, it’s work ethic, determination, execution, competitiveness,” “We can’t notice that all the time, because you take it for granted, maybe. But it is a separator, for me, with top-of-the-rotation starting pitchers, that they have those types of skills. MadBum has them. Watching and modeling that behavior every day, it’s got to help those guys” External link

nytimes Thursday, March 5, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : “Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team,” “Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently” External link

foxnews Tuesday, February 25, 2020 2:09:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : "Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team," "Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently" External link

dcourier Tuesday, February 25, 2020 6:48:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : “Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team,” “Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently” External link

click2houston Tuesday, February 25, 2020 12:28:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : “Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team,” “Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently” External link

seattlepi Tuesday, February 25, 2020 12:25:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "Proud is when you win something and you look back on it and you say to yourself, 'man, we put something together that won,'" External link

12news Friday, February 14, 2020 12:09:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "We're going to put our best foot forward every day we go out on the field," External link

dcourier Tuesday, February 11, 2020 6:07:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like he’s a Gold Glove second baseman,” External link

foxnews Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:51:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It was painful giving up the players we did ultimately give up,” “We just felt like we have a duty to both the present and the future and we felt like we were going to have to give something good up in order to get a good major league player” External link

foxnews Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:51:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We are definitely up for the challenge and we look forward to it,” External link

foxnews Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:51:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like he’s a Gold Glove second baseman,” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It was painful giving up the players we did ultimately give up,” “We just felt like we have a duty to both the present and the future and we felt like we were going to have to give something good up in order to get a good major league player” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We are definitely up for the challenge and we look forward to it,” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like he’s a Gold Glove second baseman,” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 28, 2020 4:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It was painful giving up the players we did ultimately give up,” “We just felt like we have a duty to both the present and the future and we felt like we were going to have to give something good up in order to get a good major league player” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 28, 2020 4:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We are definitely up for the challenge and we look forward to it,” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 28, 2020 4:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen told : “I think it’s been a hard message,” External link

bostonherald Thursday, January 23, 2020 4:12:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I think it’s easier and cleaner to say you’re one way or the other,” “You’re either all-in, devoting all your resources to your major league team, or you’re out, and you’re devoting few resources to your major league team. We’re not in that position. We’re trying to do both” External link

bostonherald Thursday, January 23, 2020 4:12:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I think MLB has done a really good job of cleaning up all of that stuff. It’s been a topic for a few years,” External link

dcourier Thursday, January 16, 2020 9:23:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I think MLB has done a really good job of cleaning up all of that stuff. It’s been a topic for a few years,” External link

680news Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:17:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He can run, he's a good athlete, and can impact the ball both for average and power, so that's the starting point,” “The work he does against righties is really, really good and that's a skill because the majority of the pitchers in the league are right-handed” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 14, 2020 5:22:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He can run, he's a good athlete, and can impact the ball both for average and power, so that's the starting point,” “The work he does against righties is really, really good and that's a skill because the majority of the pitchers in the league are right-handed” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 14, 2020 1:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “His presence, his leadership, certainly his track record,” “All the things we’ve watched from across the field with the success he’s had with the San Francisco Giants, we felt this was a big add for us” External link

denverpost Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like we’re getting a top of the rotation starting pitcher,” “We’ve parsed through a lot of the numbers. It is what it is. I get it. But what we saw this year, we thought we saw a really good starting pitcher. We feel like he’s pitched at a level that we as an organization can benefit from” External link

denverpost Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like we're getting a top of the rotation starting pitcher,” “We've parsed through a lot of the numbers. It is what it is. I get it. But what we saw this year, we thought we saw a really good starting pitcher. We feel like he's pitched at a level that we as an organization can benefit from” External link

dcourier Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:01:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like we're getting a top of the rotation starting pitcher,” “We've parsed through a lot of the numbers. It is what it is. I get it. But what we saw this year, we thought we saw a really good starting pitcher. We feel like he's pitched at a level that we as an organization can benefit from” External link

click2houston Wednesday, December 18, 2019 4:10:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Zack Greinke ) : “We have to find the next Zack Greinke,” External link

forbes Monday, December 16, 2019 10:10:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Zack Greinke ) : “We have to find the next Zack Greinke,” External link

forbes Monday, December 16, 2019 10:10:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Torey Lovullo ) : “We try to do the best we can to help Torey and the staff and the players as much as we can,” External link

forbes Thursday, October 31, 2019 12:38:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Torey Lovullo ) : “We try to do the best we can to help Torey and the staff and the players as much as we can,” External link

forbes Thursday, October 31, 2019 12:38:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Removing Paul Goldschmidt and Zack Greinke probably put us in a tougher situation,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wouldn’t say they had to leave. We made a choice,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Removing Paul Goldschmidt and Zack Greinke probably put us in a tougher situation,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wouldn’t say they had to leave. We made a choice,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I haven’t sat down and looked at what the long-term finances are going to look like,” “I’m not really focused on that just yet. But we are going to have the opportunity to redistribute this money in the future” External link

forbes Sunday, August 4, 2019 5:36:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I haven’t sat down and looked at what the long-term finances are going to look like,” “I’m not really focused on that just yet. But we are going to have the opportunity to redistribute this money in the future” External link

forbes Sunday, August 4, 2019 5:36:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I don’t feel like the way we played the last four months, we were one player away from turning from where we are to where we need to be,” “As such, we reacted making these deals” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I’ve tried to remain fairly consistent on what we are trying to do,” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I don’t feel like the way we played the last four months, we were one player away from turning from where we are to where we need to be,” “As such, we reacted making these deals” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I’ve tried to remain fairly consistent on what we are trying to do,” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “The stuff we saw in the Far East … the mix of pitches, strike-throwing ability. I think that (KBO) is a good environment for pitchers because it can play a little offensive over there. It is a good challenge for pitchers who pitch over there,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “if anything else on a greater scale, it has probably opened up eyes of potential opportunities to find talent from all over the world,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “The stuff we saw in the Far East … the mix of pitches, strike-throwing ability. I think that (KBO) is a good environment for pitchers because it can play a little offensive over there. It is a good challenge for pitchers who pitch over there,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “if anything else on a greater scale, it has probably opened up eyes of potential opportunities to find talent from all over the world,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He was a big piece of the deal because of the type of player he was the athlete,” “The middle-of-the-infield defense. The way he hit left-handed. Controlled the strike zone all the way through in the minor leagues. We just liked the approach as a hitter. He obviously hadn’t shown a ton of power up until that point. It was more the overall hitter that we really valued” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He is rounding into a very complete hitter,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It allows you to have some knowledge of what it is going to take financially,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He was a big piece of the deal because of the type of player he was the athlete,” “The middle-of-the-infield defense. The way he hit left-handed. Controlled the strike zone all the way through in the minor leagues. We just liked the approach as a hitter. He obviously hadn’t shown a ton of power up until that point. It was more the overall hitter that we really valued” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He is rounding into a very complete hitter,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It allows you to have some knowledge of what it is going to take financially,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “From an instincts standpoint, from an intelligence standpoint, from a raw ability standpoint, athleticism and speed — he has those things,” External link

dcourier Saturday, March 2, 2019 11:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Offense was probably an area where we ended up being a little deficient last year overall, so we have made a couple of moves where hopefully we can address some of that,” “Obviously, the loss of Goldy and A.J. is going to contribute as well, but as far as the defensive alignment goes, even though we might be sacrificing a little bit of defense, we might be better suited offensively” External link

dcourier Saturday, March 2, 2019 11:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “From an instincts standpoint, from an intelligence standpoint, from a raw ability standpoint, athleticism and speed . he has those things,” External link

ChinaPost Saturday, March 2, 2019 12:41:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Offense was probably an area where we ended up being a little deficient last year overall, so we have made a couple of moves where hopefully we can address some of that,” “Obviously, the loss of Goldy and A.J. is going to contribute as well, but as far as the defensive alignment goes, even though we might be sacrificing a little bit of defense, we might be better suited offensively” External link

ChinaPost Saturday, March 2, 2019 12:41:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I don’t have any vision for what it is like moving forward just yet,” “Obviously we have some work to do with some of that when he comes into camp” External link

forbes Wednesday, January 23, 2019 1:02:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Ketel Marte ) : “We are aware of the removal if Ketel weren’t to play second every day again,” External link

forbes Wednesday, January 23, 2019 1:02:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "There are decisions you want to do and there are decisions you know you have to do," External link

fox13memphis Thursday, December 6, 2018 12:07:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Paul Goldschmidt ) : "Paul is possibly the best player in the National League," "We understand that. We've understood that for a long time" External link

fox13memphis Thursday, December 6, 2018 12:07:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “There are decisions you want to do and there are decisions you know you have to do,” External link

denverpost Thursday, December 6, 2018 5:04:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Paul Goldschmidt ) : “Paul is possibly the best player in the National League,” “We understand that. We’ve understood that for a long time” External link

denverpost Thursday, December 6, 2018 5:04:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “There are decisions you want to do and there are decisions you know you have to do,” External link

theglobeandmail Thursday, December 6, 2018 4:19:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Paul Goldschmidt ) : “Paul is possibly the best player in the National League,” “We understand that. We’ve understood that for a long time” External link

theglobeandmail Thursday, December 6, 2018 4:19:00 AM EAT



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Mike Hazen said : “I think he probably fell victim to the 60-game season more than anyone else,” “I do think a longer runway for certain areas of the lineup probably would have benefited him” External link

ChinaPost Friday, September 11, 2020 2:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "There are moments in time when you can't go chasing something that isn't there," External link

12news Wednesday, September 2, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "It was challenging to envision letting this go for another year and starting back up again a year from now," External link

12news Wednesday, September 2, 2020 2:56:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen dijo ( about Archie Bradley ) : “Nadie trabajó más duro que Archie Bradley” External link

12news Tuesday, September 1, 2020 3:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen dijo ( about Grandes Ligas ) : “Siempre es arriesgado cuando los equipos en nuestra posición hacen operaciones arriesgadas con un capital de alto potencial” “Esas son probablemente algunas de las cosas más arriesgadas que hacemos. Pero las volveremos a hacer si tenemos la oportunidad y si eso va a mover la aguja en nuestro equipo de Grandes Ligas. De hecho, creo que estamos mejor posicionados por eso ahora, dado lo que acabamos de hacer” External link

12news Tuesday, September 1, 2020 3:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen dijo : “La expectativa para estos próximos 25 juegos es que vamos a salir y jugar tan duro como podamos y desafiar todo lo que podamos desafiar” “Mi expectativa de lo que eso podría significar para las victorias y las derrotas tiene que estar a la altura de lo que acabo de hacer con la plantilla” External link

12news Tuesday, September 1, 2020 3:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "Opening day will be another marker in that, but it's going to continue to endure beyond that as well," External link

news18 Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:08:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

denverpost Wednesday, July 22, 2020 8:25:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

thegrio Wednesday, July 22, 2020 6:48:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

680news Wednesday, July 22, 2020 9:43:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Opening day will be another marker in that, but it’s going to continue to endure beyond that as well,” External link

ChinaPost Wednesday, July 22, 2020 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” External link

southernminn Friday, June 26, 2020 11:28:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” External link

ChinaPost Friday, June 26, 2020 10:09:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” External link

foxnews Friday, June 26, 2020 3:57:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

wcnc Friday, June 26, 2020 3:50:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

krem Friday, June 26, 2020 3:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

12newsnow Friday, June 26, 2020 3:36:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

12news Friday, June 26, 2020 3:25:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

khou Friday, June 26, 2020 3:23:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

firstcoastnews Friday, June 26, 2020 3:21:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

kgw Friday, June 26, 2020 3:14:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

wtsp Friday, June 26, 2020 3:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

wusa9 Friday, June 26, 2020 3:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

13newsnow Friday, June 26, 2020 3:02:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. RELATED: Phillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

newswest9 Friday, June 26, 2020 3:00:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. “Things are going to have to change temporarily in our lives to be able to do this”. That means altering the way baseball players behave on and off the field. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

eagletribune Friday, June 26, 2020 2:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. “Things are going to have to change temporarily in our lives to be able to do this”. That means altering the way baseball players behave on and off the field. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

click2houston Friday, June 26, 2020 1:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “High-risk behavior is going to impact you and the person standing next to you and the person standing next to them,” "We’re going to be extremely mindful of it. The protocols are going to answer some of those things for us, but away from the field, I believe we are going to have to make sure everyone understands exactly what we mean by high-risk behavior. The on-field portion is largely addressed in a hefty manual that covers everything from hotels to showers to spitting . It will be awkward and sometimes not particularly practical, but teams are vowing to do their best. “You’re putting a lot of people in a small, confined space, which is the one thing the medical experts are telling us not to do,” Oakland A's GM David Forst said. “So we’ll have to limit clubhouse time as much as possible, guys will have to wear masks as much as possible”. Then there's the considerable amount of time players will spend away from the field. Texas coach Chris Woodward said health issues will be critical throughout the season and the usual carefree life of a ballplayer will be a bit more tame. While health is obviously the most important issue, there's also the on-field realization that losing players for several days to COVID-19 might also be the difference between wins and losses. “The younger guys that are single that, you know, tend to be a little bit more social,” Woodward said. “Those are going to be the challenging ones because they’re not going to want to sit in your hotel room on road trips. But I think it’s their responsibility that they have to the ballclub and the organization and their teammates, honestly”. Added Minnesota Twins closer Taylor Rogers: “A lot of it’s going to be on you, on the honor system. Don’t be the one person that’s going to mess it up for everybody else. When you want to go do something, or something like that, you need to remember it’s about your team, not just yourself" External link

kiro7 Friday, June 26, 2020 1:29:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wish I was more knowledgeable about what it’s going to take, given whatever amount of down time there is, and where we are in the cycle of things when we’re able to resume,” External link

forbes Thursday, March 19, 2020 7:28:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We were notified today that Salt River Fields is closing,” “We will be suspending operations there and for the 40-man roster players we will be transitioning down to Chase to continue to provide an avenue for guys if they need it” External link

forbes Thursday, March 19, 2020 5:45:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wish I was more knowledgeable about what it’s going to take, given whatever amount of down time there is, and where we are in the cycle of things when we’re able to resume,” External link

forbes Thursday, March 19, 2020 5:45:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It’s not always just raw stuff, it’s work ethic, determination, execution, competitiveness,” “We can’t notice that all the time, because you take it for granted, maybe. But it is a separator, for me, with top-of-the-rotation starting pitchers, that they have those types of skills. MadBum has them. Watching and modeling that behavior every day, it’s got to help those guys” External link

nytimes Thursday, March 5, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : “Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team,” “Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently” External link

foxnews Tuesday, February 25, 2020 2:09:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : "Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team," "Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently" External link

dcourier Tuesday, February 25, 2020 6:48:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : “Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team,” “Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently” External link

click2houston Tuesday, February 25, 2020 12:28:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Madison Bumgarner ) : “Madison's a grown man and we know he's committed to helping us achieve our goals as a team,” “Those have been the conversations that we've had from the time we first talked to him until very recently” External link

seattlepi Tuesday, February 25, 2020 12:25:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "Proud is when you win something and you look back on it and you say to yourself, 'man, we put something together that won,'" External link

12news Friday, February 14, 2020 12:09:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "We're going to put our best foot forward every day we go out on the field," External link

dcourier Tuesday, February 11, 2020 6:07:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like he’s a Gold Glove second baseman,” External link

foxnews Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:51:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It was painful giving up the players we did ultimately give up,” “We just felt like we have a duty to both the present and the future and we felt like we were going to have to give something good up in order to get a good major league player” External link

foxnews Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:51:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We are definitely up for the challenge and we look forward to it,” External link

foxnews Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:51:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like he’s a Gold Glove second baseman,” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It was painful giving up the players we did ultimately give up,” “We just felt like we have a duty to both the present and the future and we felt like we were going to have to give something good up in order to get a good major league player” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We are definitely up for the challenge and we look forward to it,” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 28, 2020 6:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like he’s a Gold Glove second baseman,” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 28, 2020 4:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It was painful giving up the players we did ultimately give up,” “We just felt like we have a duty to both the present and the future and we felt like we were going to have to give something good up in order to get a good major league player” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 28, 2020 4:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We are definitely up for the challenge and we look forward to it,” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 28, 2020 4:37:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen told : “I think it’s been a hard message,” External link

bostonherald Thursday, January 23, 2020 4:12:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I think it’s easier and cleaner to say you’re one way or the other,” “You’re either all-in, devoting all your resources to your major league team, or you’re out, and you’re devoting few resources to your major league team. We’re not in that position. We’re trying to do both” External link

bostonherald Thursday, January 23, 2020 4:12:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I think MLB has done a really good job of cleaning up all of that stuff. It’s been a topic for a few years,” External link

dcourier Thursday, January 16, 2020 9:23:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I think MLB has done a really good job of cleaning up all of that stuff. It’s been a topic for a few years,” External link

680news Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:17:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He can run, he's a good athlete, and can impact the ball both for average and power, so that's the starting point,” “The work he does against righties is really, really good and that's a skill because the majority of the pitchers in the league are right-handed” External link

dcourier Tuesday, January 14, 2020 5:22:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He can run, he's a good athlete, and can impact the ball both for average and power, so that's the starting point,” “The work he does against righties is really, really good and that's a skill because the majority of the pitchers in the league are right-handed” External link

usaToday Tuesday, January 14, 2020 1:26:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “His presence, his leadership, certainly his track record,” “All the things we’ve watched from across the field with the success he’s had with the San Francisco Giants, we felt this was a big add for us” External link

denverpost Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like we’re getting a top of the rotation starting pitcher,” “We’ve parsed through a lot of the numbers. It is what it is. I get it. But what we saw this year, we thought we saw a really good starting pitcher. We feel like he’s pitched at a level that we as an organization can benefit from” External link

denverpost Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:03:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like we're getting a top of the rotation starting pitcher,” “We've parsed through a lot of the numbers. It is what it is. I get it. But what we saw this year, we thought we saw a really good starting pitcher. We feel like he's pitched at a level that we as an organization can benefit from” External link

dcourier Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:01:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “We feel like we're getting a top of the rotation starting pitcher,” “We've parsed through a lot of the numbers. It is what it is. I get it. But what we saw this year, we thought we saw a really good starting pitcher. We feel like he's pitched at a level that we as an organization can benefit from” External link

click2houston Wednesday, December 18, 2019 4:10:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Zack Greinke ) : “We have to find the next Zack Greinke,” External link

forbes Monday, December 16, 2019 10:10:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Zack Greinke ) : “We have to find the next Zack Greinke,” External link

forbes Monday, December 16, 2019 10:10:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Torey Lovullo ) : “We try to do the best we can to help Torey and the staff and the players as much as we can,” External link

forbes Thursday, October 31, 2019 12:38:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Torey Lovullo ) : “We try to do the best we can to help Torey and the staff and the players as much as we can,” External link

forbes Thursday, October 31, 2019 12:38:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Removing Paul Goldschmidt and Zack Greinke probably put us in a tougher situation,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wouldn’t say they had to leave. We made a choice,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Removing Paul Goldschmidt and Zack Greinke probably put us in a tougher situation,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I wouldn’t say they had to leave. We made a choice,” External link

forbes Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:04:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I haven’t sat down and looked at what the long-term finances are going to look like,” “I’m not really focused on that just yet. But we are going to have the opportunity to redistribute this money in the future” External link

forbes Sunday, August 4, 2019 5:36:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I haven’t sat down and looked at what the long-term finances are going to look like,” “I’m not really focused on that just yet. But we are going to have the opportunity to redistribute this money in the future” External link

forbes Sunday, August 4, 2019 5:36:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I don’t feel like the way we played the last four months, we were one player away from turning from where we are to where we need to be,” “As such, we reacted making these deals” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I’ve tried to remain fairly consistent on what we are trying to do,” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I don’t feel like the way we played the last four months, we were one player away from turning from where we are to where we need to be,” “As such, we reacted making these deals” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I’ve tried to remain fairly consistent on what we are trying to do,” External link

forbes Thursday, August 1, 2019 9:31:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “The stuff we saw in the Far East … the mix of pitches, strike-throwing ability. I think that (KBO) is a good environment for pitchers because it can play a little offensive over there. It is a good challenge for pitchers who pitch over there,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “if anything else on a greater scale, it has probably opened up eyes of potential opportunities to find talent from all over the world,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “The stuff we saw in the Far East … the mix of pitches, strike-throwing ability. I think that (KBO) is a good environment for pitchers because it can play a little offensive over there. It is a good challenge for pitchers who pitch over there,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “if anything else on a greater scale, it has probably opened up eyes of potential opportunities to find talent from all over the world,” External link

forbes Thursday, June 27, 2019 11:18:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He was a big piece of the deal because of the type of player he was the athlete,” “The middle-of-the-infield defense. The way he hit left-handed. Controlled the strike zone all the way through in the minor leagues. We just liked the approach as a hitter. He obviously hadn’t shown a ton of power up until that point. It was more the overall hitter that we really valued” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He is rounding into a very complete hitter,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It allows you to have some knowledge of what it is going to take financially,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He was a big piece of the deal because of the type of player he was the athlete,” “The middle-of-the-infield defense. The way he hit left-handed. Controlled the strike zone all the way through in the minor leagues. We just liked the approach as a hitter. He obviously hadn’t shown a ton of power up until that point. It was more the overall hitter that we really valued” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “He is rounding into a very complete hitter,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “It allows you to have some knowledge of what it is going to take financially,” External link

forbes Friday, June 21, 2019 8:20:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “From an instincts standpoint, from an intelligence standpoint, from a raw ability standpoint, athleticism and speed — he has those things,” External link

dcourier Saturday, March 2, 2019 11:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Offense was probably an area where we ended up being a little deficient last year overall, so we have made a couple of moves where hopefully we can address some of that,” “Obviously, the loss of Goldy and A.J. is going to contribute as well, but as far as the defensive alignment goes, even though we might be sacrificing a little bit of defense, we might be better suited offensively” External link

dcourier Saturday, March 2, 2019 11:08:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “From an instincts standpoint, from an intelligence standpoint, from a raw ability standpoint, athleticism and speed . he has those things,” External link

ChinaPost Saturday, March 2, 2019 12:41:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “Offense was probably an area where we ended up being a little deficient last year overall, so we have made a couple of moves where hopefully we can address some of that,” “Obviously, the loss of Goldy and A.J. is going to contribute as well, but as far as the defensive alignment goes, even though we might be sacrificing a little bit of defense, we might be better suited offensively” External link

ChinaPost Saturday, March 2, 2019 12:41:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “I don’t have any vision for what it is like moving forward just yet,” “Obviously we have some work to do with some of that when he comes into camp” External link

forbes Wednesday, January 23, 2019 1:02:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Ketel Marte ) : “We are aware of the removal if Ketel weren’t to play second every day again,” External link

forbes Wednesday, January 23, 2019 1:02:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : "There are decisions you want to do and there are decisions you know you have to do," External link

fox13memphis Thursday, December 6, 2018 12:07:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Paul Goldschmidt ) : "Paul is possibly the best player in the National League," "We understand that. We've understood that for a long time" External link

fox13memphis Thursday, December 6, 2018 12:07:00 PM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “There are decisions you want to do and there are decisions you know you have to do,” External link

denverpost Thursday, December 6, 2018 5:04:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Paul Goldschmidt ) : “Paul is possibly the best player in the National League,” “We understand that. We’ve understood that for a long time” External link

denverpost Thursday, December 6, 2018 5:04:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said : “There are decisions you want to do and there are decisions you know you have to do,” External link

theglobeandmail Thursday, December 6, 2018 4:19:00 AM EAT

Mike Hazen said ( about Paul Goldschmidt ) : “Paul is possibly the best player in the National League,” “We understand that. We’ve understood that for a long time” External link

theglobeandmail Thursday, December 6, 2018 4:19:00 AM EAT



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