An interview with Manuel and Moyer
Manager and veteran starter talk about Game 3 against the Brewers
Charlie, you've been preaching all along the importance of taking it one game at a time. Does that get harder now that the goal is right in front of you, one win away?CHARLIE MANUEL: I don't know, I've been saying it all year. I guess the same thing comes into play every day. Tomorrow's game is a big game. That's what everybody always says. But that's kind of what's worked for us now for about two and a half years. That's how we go about things. That's what we use and most of our players buy into it, if not all of them. I mean, that's kind of what we go by. We want to make sure that we play the best that we possibly can play on that day, and hard, and of course like we try to win that game. We put everything that we've got into that game. Jaime, I'm just wondering, how do you account for the turnaround not just this year from last, but from where you were maybe five years ago when you were in Seattle to where you are now and how you've maintained that success?
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