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|Consider the following commentaries: "You will learn about relativity faster than I |
learn baseball." — Albert Einstein "Baseball is like church. Many attend, few
understand." — Leo Durocher "Baseball is 90 percent mental, the other half is ...
|Former Major League Baseball manager Leo Durocher's quip that “baseball is |
like church. Many attend, few understand” is most true for men. Though this issue
of gender roles is one of the hottest debates in our current cultural climate, ...
|Luke Salisbury Baseball is more than a game to me — it's a religion. — Hall of |
Fame umpire Bill Klem When I think of a stadium, it's like a temple. It's religious.
— Jim Lefebvre Baseball is like church — many attend but few understand. —
|Baseball is like church. Many attend, but few understand. —Wes Westrum, former |
major league catcher This is not the only book about watching and
understanding baseball, but it is the only one that explains, among other things,
why players ...
|Baseball is like church—many attend but few understand. Wes WesTruM |
Stadiums are the cathedrals of baseball. Or, in my case, synagogues. BiLLy
CrysTaL In some respects, it could be likened to our gatherings. . . . It had its own
|“Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in a |
garage makes you a car.”—Anonymous 3. “Baseball is like church. Many attend,
few understand.”—Leo Durocher 4. “Church attendance is as vital to a disciple as
|It took me a while to figure out one of my great-grandfather's best baseball |
lessons: that there is an inner complexity to ... Former player, coach, and
manager Wes Westrum once said, "Baseball is like church; many attend but few
|He uses the "creation myths of Cooperstown" to explain the idea of human |
growth as a continuum ("Baseball evolved and ... Wes Westrum, a New York
Giants catcher, commented that "baseball is like church: 'Many attend but few
|This relationship between the elementary and complicated has led some to say |
baseball is like church. Many attend but few understand. The game and its
measurements of success and failure have remained essentially the same
through the ...
|Former New York Mets manager Wes Westrum said, "Baseball is like church. |
Many attend, but few understand." Concentration is like that. We do it every day,
but up until now, few of us have understood exactly what it means or appreciated