Awww James, well after his first full year in the big leagues the Dodger first baseman is ready to play and most importantly improve from last year and years past.
The article in the LA TIMES today talks about him wanting to improve for his team, not necessarily for himself.
"Situations dictate how good your season is going to be," Loney said. "You can hit .400, but if you're not hitting good with guys on base, what's the point?
I love his work ethics on the field. He is such a great player and why I was immediately drawn to him as a player and became my favorite since the days of Mike Piazza.
I now he only will become a better player, as he has continued to improve his game as much as he can ever since he was young.