Miguel Montero has everything he ever wanted. It's not enough.

Nearing the end of a season in which he set personal highs in several offensive categories, improved his defensive skills and signed a five-year, $60 million contract, Montero remains as driven as he was that April day in 2001 when the Diamondbacks signed him as a non-drafted free agent.

"I need to get better and better at everything," Montero said.

"I'm not satisfied. I can't be satisfied just because I got a contract. The one thing that's always going to be there is your name. It's not about making $60 million. It's your name. It's your reputation. I take a lot of pride in playing the game right."