"Meeting the veterans is something I was a little anxious about — I just tried to keep quiet and do my own thing," said Buzbee, who now shares an apartment with a few fellow rookies in Ashburn. "Coach [Blache] told me the first day you are going to have good days and you are going to have bad days, and when you have a good day, get off your high horse because the vets will humble you real quick. When you have a bad day, you just have to play through it."
"I can't help but be pretty proud that I have made it this far, but I am still just a no-name guy," Buzbee said. "Even if this didn't pay off the way it did, it wouldn't have mattered. I had to see if I was capable of playing or not. If I hadn't, I would have regretted it."