"Obviously I think the most meaningful thing is winning, and winning the World Series, but the way you help your team, if that is stealing bases and you can be the best at it, I think that's pretty cool," Turner told the Associated Press.
"You go through those ups and downs. Obviously, you want to play consistent baseball. You don't want to win four in a row then lose three in a row," said shortstop Trea Turner, whose ejection Thursday after arguing balls and strikes was the first of his career. "You kind of would like to have a steady climb."