Subject: Sports » Baseball

Managing is getting paid for home runs someone else hits.

(1890 – 1975) American baseball manager

Baseball, it is said, is only a game… true… and the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona.

(1941 – ) columnist, commentator & editor

Edwards missed getting Stearns at third base by an eyeball.

(1924 – 2014) American baseball player & announcer

When I asked the baseball writers why they haven't elected me to the Hall of Fame, they told me they thought I was still playing.

(1935 – ) American baseball player, sportscaster, comedian & actor

That’s one you can tell your grandchildren about – tomorrow.

American baseball player

We used to pray the White Sox and the Cubs would merge so Chicago would have only one bad team.

American comedian

It’s nice to have a guy that young come along; we usually go out and find somebody who’s 47.

(1934 – 2010) American baseball manager

Umpire's heaven is a place where he works third base every game; home is where the heartache is.

(1937 – 1995) American Major League Baseball umpire

Being named manager of the Seattle Mariners is like becoming the head chef at MacDonalds.

American sportswriter

Pudge is so old, they didn’t have history class when he went to school.

professional baseball player & broadcaster

When Sandy Koufax retired.

American baseball player

Opera in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian.

(1880 – 1956) journalist, essayist, editor & satirist

On the road when you go downstairs for coffee in your underwear, they throw you out of the kitchen.

baseball player

Over the course of a season, a miscue will cost you more than a good play.

(1924 – 2014) American baseball player & announcer

Nobody knows this [yet], but one of us has just been traded to Kansas City.

(1890 – 1975) American baseball manager

When a fielder gets the pitcher in trouble, the pitcher has to pitch himself out of the slump he isn’t in.

(1890 – 1975) American baseball manager

We're so bad right now that for us back-to-back home runs means one today and another one tomorrow.

(1930 – 2013) American baseball manager

He slides into second with a stand up double.

(1924 – 2014) American baseball player & announcer

It couldn't have happened to a greater guy… well, yes, it could have happened to me.

Los Angeles Dodgers’ manager

Overwhelming underdogs.

(1925 – 2015) baseball player, coach & manager

I found out that it's not good to talk about my troubles; eighty percent of the people don't care and the other twenty percent are glad you're having trouble.

Los Angeles Dodgers’ manager
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