"It always feels good to hit that winning home run," Dukes said. "But to get that good walk and have somebody drive you in ... it feels even better. It kind of pumps the team up to say we don't all have to hit the long ball. We can just out-hustle people and win, too."
"I get a little impatient with a 3-2 count," Dukes said. "I swing at that ball that probably wasn't as good as the first ball he threw to me. Just developing that patience and knowing my strike zone is what I really need to work on."