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There's different kinds of laughs. It's like a baseball lineup: this guy's your power hitter, this guy gets on base, this guy works out walks. If everybody does their job, we're gonna win.
I watch a lot of baseball on the radio.
Gerald R. Ford
People like us are afraid to leave ball. What else is there to do? When baseball has been your whole life, you can't think about a future without it, so you hang on as long as you can.
My little brothers loved baseball. I'm not as big on that as basketball or football, but I understand the game.
Baseball skills schizophrenically encompass a pitcher's, a batter's and a fielder's.
I had an addiction to play baseball.
Never bet on baseball.
Looking back on those days and little leaguer, the Hall of Fame is not even a blinking star, but through baseball travels and moving up the ladder, that star begins to flicker.
So, baseball is probably more physical of the two mentally.
Just as the common law derives from ancient precedents - judges' decisions - rather than statutes, baseball's codes are the game's distilled mores. Their unchanged purpose is to show respect for opponents and the game. In baseball, as in the remainder of life, the most important rules are unwritten. But not unenforced.
So you have to be more mentally focused in baseball.
Baseball is played by all countries now, and softball, too.
I don't know anything about baseball.
Traditionally, baseball punishes preening. In a society increasingly tolerant of exhibitionism, it is splendid when a hitter is knocked down because in his last at bat he lingered at the plate to admire his home run.
Baseball is not what I love. It's my job.
Baseball has better opening days and All-Star Games than the N.F.L. does. Ours stink.
A tall, thin old man waving a scorecard from the corner of his dugout. That's baseball.
Baseball is the president tossing out the first ball of the season. And a scrubby schoolboy playing catch with his dad on a Mississippi farm.
I'm no different than others with cancer. I just happen to play professional baseball. I'm part of those statistics that cancer has touched as well.
Any one game in baseball doesn't tell you that much, just as any one poll doesn't tell you that much.
I was hitting .360 when I was diagnosed. I didn't forget how to play while I was recovering. I don't know if the cancer is gone for good. I don't think anyone ever knows, but no one is going to steal my joy for as along as I'm able to play baseball.
Nicknames are baseball, names like Zeke and Pie and Kiki and Home Run and Cracker and Dizzy and Dazzy.
Doctors tell me I have the body of a thirty year old. I know I have the brain of a fifteen year old. If you've got both, you can play baseball.
I'm a sports-watcher. I played football and baseball, coached baseball. So I watch those things.
You can have the best team in baseball, and if nobody goes through the turnstiles, you've got to shut the doors down.
C. S. Lewis
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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