"I wanted to hit it hard," Loney said. "You always want to hit it hard and hopefully not at somebody."
"Anytime you lose a player like Garret, people are going to miss him," said first baseman James Loney, whose locker was on the other side of Anderson's space. "We looked up to Garret as a mentor sometimes and as a friend, too. It wasn't about baseball all the time, so it was definitely a joy to have him around."