Troy Glaus  
 

“He’s a fabulous talent. It’s easy to marvel at his power. The thing that’s amazing is he can generate all that power and he still has a great eye at the plate.”
—Hall of Famer Cal Ripken

“He handles himself marvelously. He has a good head on his shoulders, and that will take him far.”
—Ripken

“He’s a cornerstone player.”
—Diamondbacks GM Joe Garagiola Jr.

“He’s going to be one of those players people talk about for a long time.”
—Former teammate Tim Salmon

“He’s obviously very competitive. When he’s at the plate, you can see it in his eyes.”
—Former teammate Darin Erstad

“Glaus is awesome.”
—Former teammate Scott Spiezio

“I think Troy is humble. It’s a great trait to have for a guy who’s going to be in the spotlight for the next 20 years of his life. He does not need the attention.”
—Angels manager Mike Scioscia

“Troy’s a production guy. He does a great job of turning the page.”
—Scioscia

“He was a guy who had us on the edge of our seats all the time.”
—UCLA baseball coach Gary Adams

“He’s a Hall of Fame type. He’s just an awesome talent. There’s no buts about Troy. He’s a team player.”
—Adams

“The guy has Hall of Fame potential written all over him.”
—Former teammate Mo Vaughn

“His skills are so good and he’s such a good worker that he’s going to continue to get better.”
—Former big leaguer Mickey Hatcher

“He’s a great worker and always goes into batting practice trying to swing with a purpose.”
—Hatcher

 

 




Cal Ripken,
1996 Baseball America Almanac


Mike Scioscia, 1987 Fleer


Mickey Hatcher, 1987 Fleer

 

 

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