Subject: Sports » Baseball

There is a thin line between genius and insanity, and in Larry's case it was sometimes so thin you could see him drifting back and forth.

(1906 – 1991) American baseball player, coach & manager

I believe in rules… sure I do; if there weren’t any rules, how could you break them?

(1906 – 1991) American baseball player, coach & manager

Zane Smith is a guy who can shut you out as well as look at you.

(1924 – 2014) American baseball player & announcer

A lot of good ballgames on tomorrow, but we’re going to be right here with the Cubs and the Mets.

baseball broadcaster

Wait until Tommy (Lasorda) meets the Lord and finds out that He's wearing pinstripes.

American baseball pitcher

Cricket is baseball on valium.

(1951 – 2014) comedian & actor

I challenge anyone, even with a radar machine, to hit that slider.

(1924 – 2014) American baseball player & announcer

Baseball is the only major sport that appears backwards in a mirror.

(1937 – 2008) stand-up comedian, social critic, actor & author

We need three kinds of pitching: left handed, right handed, and relief.

(1931 – ) American baseball player & manager

Brooks [Robinson] never asked anyone to name a candy bar after him; in Baltimore, people named their children after him.

sports writer

I led the league in “Go get ‘em next time.”

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

I'd have a better chance of catching flies with chopsticks.

baseball player

They should move first base back one step to eliminate all those close plays.

professional baseball player

He's about 3′1″… I tell him to get his nose off my kneecap.

(1937 – 1995) American Major League Baseball umpire

The way he’s swinging the bat, he won’t get a hit until the 20th century.

(1924 – 2014) American baseball player & announcer

It gets late out there early.

(1925 – 2015) baseball player, coach & manager

It's possible to spend money anywhere in the world if you put your mind to it, something I proved conclusively by running up huge debts in Cincinnati.

(1906 – 1991) American baseball player, coach & manager

We know we’re better than this, but we can’t prove it.

American baseball player

Blind people come to the park just to hear him pitch.

professional baseball player

(Willie) McCovey swings and misses, and it’s fouled back.

(1924 – 2014) American baseball player & announcer

The sun has been there for 500, 600 years.

American baseball player
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