"I just fell behind on the count," he said. "I felt bad for the team. They played hard every inning, and I couldn't come through late for them."
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"The most important (things) are that I'm healthy and worked all offseason and in spring training. I practiced (in Mexico) and played catch, but now the most important thing is to stay in games," Salas said.
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