"It's become a tiresome topic. If guys are cheating the game, we want them caught and we want them subject to the harshest penalties they can be subject to. That's where we're at" – Blue Jays 3B Mark DeRosa, on PED testing and penalties (USA TODAY, 2/27).
"It's not a Triple-A ballclub. ... It's a ballclub with some pretty impressive players" – Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria, when asked about on some fans' belief that the team is equivalent to a Triple-A club (PALMBEACHPOST.com, 2/26).
"That's the way it can make you win, luring players when you get facilities like those things and our new clubhouse (at Wrigley) going in next year" – Cubs Manager Dale Sveum, on the franchise's new Spring Training facility, which is slated to open in '14 (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 2/27).
"We all need to be on one side or the other. It's just a mess" – Golfer Rory McIlroy, on the anchoring ban controversy (South Florida SUN-SENTINEL, 2/27).
“I want to know how much money changed hands because they did not play for nothing” – ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser, on McIlroy and Tiger Woods playing a private 36-hole match together (“PTI,” ESPN, 2/26).