JH: With three or four games left to go in spring training.
Did you have doubts about him?
JH: No. I had a good feeling about him. It's different in Japan. Crowds are bigger here. Baseballs are different. He's showed you over his last three starts, I got it.
You have [nine] home runs and Albert Pujols has [none]. Who will end up with more at the end of the year?
JH: Seeing how I don't like to talk about myself, I'm going to say Pujols.
Is that because you've never hit more than 32 in a season?
JH: But that's 32 with six weeks of the season always cut off because I'm laid up somewhere.
Who will have more World Series home runs this year?
JH: I don't know.
You're honest about everything else.