Cleveland manager Pat Corrales was explaining the way he was juggling his catchers, Jerry Willard and Chris Bando. He called it his "hot and mad" theory. At the time, Bando was the hot hitter and Willard was the mad spectator.
"I just put them out there as long as they hit well," Corrales said. "It's only the other guy who doesn't like it. In this case it's a catcher, but it could be an outfielder or a first baseman. I never get mad, though. I enjoy it.
"If you play your cards right, pretty soon you have four guys hot and four other guys teed off. What you're really looking for is to get the whole team hot. Then again, you could get the whole team teed off, too."
At this point Corrales started laughing. "I think I'm losing my sanity. I started explaining this to my wife the other day. Finally, she looked at me and asked, 'How old are you?' "