Matt Holliday - Quotes

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I think I just learned that God has a plan for all of us, and I work hard and do all the things I can, but at the same time, His will is perfect; and me trying to control it, it's not going to work. ---->>>

I try to work hard. I try to set a good example. I don't look at it as though I've got to be a leader. I just try to behave the way I think I should behave. If that results in a leadership role, great. ---->>>

I believe the relationships and emotions you experience when you have success are the things that last forever. ---->>>

I don't want to be considered a leader based on what people think goes on in the clubhouse. ---->>>

I think my parents did a great job of reminding me that I wasn't as big a deal as maybe I thought I was at times. ---->>>

I understand I'm a sinner. I'm not perfect, and I need a Savior, and that I'm not going to make it to Heaven on merits and doing good things. ---->>>

I don't like the idea of 'I've played nine years, I've made some All-Star teams, I make the most money. I've got to be a leader.' That doesn't make you a leader. Treating people the right way is more important. ---->>>

I was a pretty normal high school kid. I just loved to play sports and had opportunities, and the Lord blessed me with talent, and I just tried to take advantage of it. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 01-15, 1980
Occupation: Athlete

Matthew Thomas Holliday (born January 15, 1980) is an American professional baseball designated hitter for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played left field for the Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, and St. Louis Cardinals. A World Series champion in 2011 with the Cardinals, Holliday, through prodigious hitting contributions, has played a key role in seven postseasons, including the Rockies' first-ever World Series appearance in 2007 and Cardinals' playoff success of the 2010s (wikipedia)