Inside Look: Anthony Rizzo doesn't shy away from slumps

Inside Look: Anthony Rizzo doesn't shy away from slumps
August 30, 2014, 11:45 pm
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Comcast SportsNet will air "Inside Look: Anthony Rizzo," hosted by David Kaplan, Monday night at 7 p.m.

At just 25 years old, Anthony Rizzo has already accomplished so much. He has 390 MLB hits to his name, 69 homers and $2 million in his pocket with another $40 or so million guaranteed.

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The Cubs franchise player has also beat cancer and that triumph has helped put all the trials and tribulations of playing professional baseball into focus.

"When you go 4-for-4, obviously, everyone is going to be happy," Rizzo told CSN's David Kaplan during an interview for "Inside Look." "It's really the times that you're in that rut and you're searching, that's when I really love the game the most. You find out who you are, what you're made of.

"You're challenged. At this level, mostly everyone here has had success up until this level. It's really about, in my opnion, just staying the same person every day. Whether you're on a hot streak or you're the worst player in the game, you've gotta be the same person."

Check out the rest of Rizzo's comments on "Inside Look" Monday evening on CSN.