Raimel Tapia: I feed off the energy of the moment

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Raimel Tapia: I feed off the energy of the moment
Raimel Tapia: I feed off the energy of the moment

The Toronto Blue Jays show their quality game after game. This month is quite successful for them, considering that they managed to impose the pace on other teams and show the quality that they really have. John Schneider is happy for his team, which manages to match all teams.

“This is a little bit of everything,” said interim manager John Schneider, as quoted by MLB.com “We’ve got good starting pitching, timely hitting and today, great defense. That’s a good recipe at the right time of year.

They’re looking forward and they’re up for these challenges. We’re playing tough teams, but we’re playing really good baseball right now”.

Jose Berrios on his team

José Berríos is in excellent shape and wants to continue with good performances.

His team has been phenomenal this month, and Berrios emphasized how important it is for them to continue like this. At this moment, the Jays are not afraid of anyone, they are ready to go out on the field regardless of the opponent, and they have chosen great momentum for it.

“We have to win no matter what,” said José Berríos, who was great in the last game. Whoever is out there, we have to go out there and beat them. We have a great record this month so far. We are playing so well as a team.

Everyone is together in that group. We’re doing what we’re supposed to do”. Raimel Tapia is delighted with the current situation. The fans are with them, you can feel the positive atmosphere and energy and they seem unstoppable.

“To be honest with you, I love those moments,” Tapia said. “I feed off the energy of the moment. The fans, when we’re here, are rooting for me. When we’re playing away, they’re booing, but I feel that energy too. I love those moments”.

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