CS: Robinson Cano. Robinson is an unbelievable hitter. Lefties, righties. He's got gap power, home run pop. He's definitely one of the better hitters in our lineup.
How many of Derek Jeter's nearly 3,000 hits do you think you gave up?
CS: I didn't count, but I'm sure it's a lot. These guys hit me pretty good when I was in Cleveland.
In 29 at bats, 13 hits.
CS: Yeah, that's bad.
Any chance your former teammate Prince Fielder will stay in Milwaukee?
CS: I definitely don't think he's going to be there next year. Hopefully, he can stay healthy, and I just wish the best for him because he's a great kid, an unbelievable talent.
When you decided to leave the Brewers, why did you go to New York and not closer to home in California?
CS: It just came down to having a chance to win every year. You can't beat that with the Yankees. You put yourself in a good position to win a championship. We were able to get that done in 2009, fell a little short last year, but we're right in position this year.
The Yankees pulled you after eight innings when you were going strong on Saturday. Are you ever O.K. coming out?