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|Berra knew how to call a game, and Stengel called him “my assistant manager.” |
Yankees catcher ... “I want to thank you for making this day necessary.” – “
Baseball is ... “If the fans don't come out to the ballpark, you can't stop them.” – “I
|“If the fans don't come out to the ballpark, you can't stop them." “I always thought |
that record would stand until it was broken.” “I really didn't say everything I said."
Rookie of the Year Award \Ninners Year Player Position 1951 Gil McDougald ...
|want to come out to the ball park, you can't stop them.” Not everything ... When |
asked if a young hitter had exceeded his expectations, Yogi replied, “Oh, he's
done more than that.” When asked if ... “I don't know if we're the oldest, but we're
definitely the ugliest,” he said. On the ... On behalf of baseball fans everywhere,
and English teachers around the world, I'd like to thank Yogi for being necessary,
|Yes, the fan got another bat to replace the one that was taken from him. Every |
now and then if a bat breaks, fans will ask, “Can I have it? ... Wedon'twant to
make those decisions for the players, so we usually just say we can't do that. ...
the rosin bags and pine tar and stuff in there, andwe throw the used baseballs in
there that the umpire throws out of play. ... You don'thaveto tryand almost bribe
me. ... The ushers tellkids, “Don't come down hereright now; maybe at theend
|“If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” “He must have made ... The other half is |
physical “You have to give 100 percent in the first half of the game. If that isn't ... to
fans in hometown St. Louis for giving him a day in 1947 at Sportsman's Park. “I've
known this guy so long. Can't he spell my name right?”—after ... “If the people
don't want to come out to the ballpark, nobody's going to stop them.” “Pair off in ...
|I stopped at Cincinnati first, then Detroit, then Fenway. ... Somebody said, "Boy, |
this is a good ballpark to hit in," and I looked and said, "Jesus Christ, you can't
even see right field, it's so ... The new one, they keep talking about it, but I don't
see anything happening. ... You'd come off a road trip where you played in
Cleveland or Oakland, like you were in some coliseum where the fans weren't ...
If you have a horseshit day, everybody sees it at the ballpark and writes about it
in the papers.
|porations other than the team, or by out-of-town investors, create a sense of |
disenfranchisement among fans. ... Seeing Barry Bonds put on a show during
batting practice in Bank One Ballpark, crushing one ball after another down the
right-field ... You don't see Shawn Green until he takes center field an hour later,
and he doesn't hit any home runs during the game. ... familiar with them—maybe
get an autograph—if they can't come down to the edge of the field, even for a
|It wasn't a cure, but it gave them hope to get out, to get well. We had so ... Heard |
you were here, and I wanted to come by. ... I got letters saying, 'Sorry you can't
read this, but I can't stop crying while I'm writing it. ... To walk around the ballpark,
to take batting practice at Wrigley and have the fans in bleachers hollering
encouragement at you. ... I don't know if any player was ever treated any better
than I was.
|But you can't dwell on it just like you can't dwell on missing a call, because you |
got to go right back out there on that field tomorrow ... Maybe guys charge the
mound more often today, but otherwise I don't think it's much different. The league
could stop them if they'd fine the players like they do in the NBA and in hockey,
where if you leave the ... The rule book in baseball says you can't do it here either
, but over the years the higher echelon has said, "The fans like it; it's good for the
|flock of two-base smashes, triples and home-run clouts with which their nine has |
been peppering every ball park. ... worked out a plan that's absolutely
guaranteed to stop Masefield's heaviest batters from hitting . . . and if you guys
will only give me the proper support. ... If everything works as I figure, I can't
promise to hold Masefield to less than seven runs. ... Over five hundred fans have
come along with Masefield Tech to see their Murderer's Row pound us to a pulp.
... "Don't walk him!