Q:What is one goal you have for yourself in baseball? 
A: When I mess up during a game I get mad at myself and get into my head and sometimes ruin the game. I want to be able to let go of the mistakes and learn how to not be mad at myself. 
Q: What do you like to do when you're not playing baseball?
A: On the days I have completely off I like to relax and spend time with my family. Sometimes on free weekends my family and I go camping and I like that because I get to use my quad while off-roading. 
Q: What's the dumbest thing you've heard from spectators in the stands?
A: One time heard someone yelling "trip" when I was running to home plate. 
Q: What's the best advice you've been given by a coach or mentor?
A: Baseball is the hardest sport to play, all you can do is be your best day by day. 
Q: What has baseball taught you that you can apply in life outside of athletics?
A: That things will be hard but all you can do is take it step by step. Learn how to be patient and understanding of myself.