Zito: 'As a team, we need to trust ourselves'
What is it about one person can see it. -- it. Just. Doesn't seem to -- Does get a feel for the game. You know. Today at a couple of -- You know those couple losses. -- -- the difference there it's. A good care of the goodness the other mournful. Both the person -- person. Some rallies and some things that matter when it. I think it is you know you got to bear down put away. I don't think it was. As mentor -- by myself here we. Drew laughter. And I yeah. -- come out. Well you know a lot of times when you hear. Think you're going to -- you know trigger press and do too much and that's me brotherhood so. As a team. Just need to trust ourselves. You know. We're here for a reason thing you know they don't jobless here. And -- except theirselves. Going on the road trip after homestand. Help you guys kind of you know bond together as a team and turn -- back on the right track. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You can definitely get out there you know just think this previously. Get out there -- We have our work cut out for us -- -- -- last two this season but I don't think I get ahead of ourselves. Just felt -- And you feel today it's -- went it. Room on the Edmonton except my Tigers used to. It was off you know -- my command was -- You know at times it was there. Balls up in the zone. You know doesn't -- us these days it. Was -- that before. Terrible that was.
Barry Zito says he was fighting himself in Thursday's loss.