To go from Yale to the National League is simply to go from one form of management to another.
All I ever wanted to be was president of the American League.
We have an obligation to spread amateur baseball both at home and abroad. Building up the game at all levels - Little League, Babe Ruth Leagues, the colleges - is in our own self-interest. That's where the pool of talent is - and also of fans.
Both for my wife and myself, the personal friendships that have grown out of scientific contacts with colleagues from many different countries have been an important part of our lives, and the travels we have made together in connection with the world-wide scientific co-operation have given us rich treasures of experiences.
My father left me with his love of Jewish studies and cultural life. To this very day, along with several physicians and scientist colleagues, I take regular periodical lessons taught by a Rabbinical scholar on how the Jewish law views moral and ethical problems related to modern medicine and science.
It's an offensive league.
I feel like I've got a lot of football things I need to work on to have that success that I want to have in this league.
There are a lot of good football players in the league. You just try to keep yourself grounded.
Experience is everything in this league.
Even though it feels like you are so far away from the big leagues, my love for the game kept me motivated to get through the hard times in the minors.