WWU: Jason Motte on contract, closing, and the World Series

by on January 15, 2012 · 0 comments

Jason Motte doesn’t expect much to change for the St. Louis Cardinals, despite the turnover in the coaching ranks.

“Doesn’t change what we do. It doesn’t change how I go out there and pitch. I’m not going out there cause Tony’s not in the dugout, I’m not going ‘aw man, I can’t go get these guys out now, I’m not trying to get them out.’ You know, I’m going up there the same way. I’m sure, I can’t speak for them, but I’m thinking Berkman and Holliday are still gonna go up there and try to get hits and drive runs in. You know, I don’t think they’re gonna look at it any differently.”

Here’s the full video of Motte’s time in the media room:

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