3.15: Coco Crisp explains his spring success
The A's outfielder talks about the difference between this spring and his first with Oakland last season.
I guess is the preparation is right. Coming in spring training I was able to had a good offseason workout and like the past few years where I've been injured leading into the offseason. I think approach that in this offseason the regiment that I that I had in place. -- -- -- their routine coming here and just people pared early. Talk about that preparation what did you do differently I mean I guess was it just be your manager you were able to -- -- or was it was there's a need to specifically. Pocono last year here at the two shoulder -- side. There's more to his rehab and shoulders as. Get those. My guess season ready. Spring trainer -- was still working to spring training get ready for the season and this year. At the -- -- injury. In his last season but it wasn't that and I like to make yourself assert himself I was able it's have a a normal offseason work out. Weren't able to run a beach. Work at -- He didn't and his some. I guess normal. Esque work out innocent of registry haven't my -- talk about your preparation and then if it's validating that -- every -- game. Well I guess numbers and you always want to win no matter what I mean you're at least one guarding him be successful no matter if it's a softball game you know spring training there. Or during the season so you come out here try your best and they're. The numbers are everywhere they're at no matter what you know try to go out there are hundreds and sometimes it plus sometimes it don't get 200 hit. 300 or whatever in. You can't worry about especially in spring training. Your statistics. Just everywhere in London season either but I got -- try your best things like you know it's a turn your best you can do whatever happens.