Casey Stengel


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United States baseball manager (1890-1975)

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I am pretty sure he developed his biting sense of humor from his close friend, Casey Stengel.
The colorful, effervescent, one-of-a-kind Julio Canani, the Peruvian who makes the late Casey Stengel seem almost colorless, will soon hit town with his own version of Stengelese.
paragraph] Former New York Mets manager Casey Stengel was once asked about the future prospects for a pair of 20-year-old players.
The late, great CASEY STENGEL on the secret of his longevity: "Every time I decided to cut a ballplayer, I had his room searched for a gun.
You hear all the negativity and about how everything seems to be heading into the tank or is worse than any time in the past 20 years and you start to wonder, like Casey Stengel, "Can't anyone here play this game?
That then-Yankees' manager Casey Stengel should have been fired after the season for reasons other than the Series loss is not here relevant; the point now is that that postseason loss was due not to Casey's managerial skills but to the Forbes Field groundskeepers.
16, and, as Casey Stengel once said, "You could look it up.
For example, Mickey Mantle did not play for the New York Yankees in 1948, nor was Casey Stengel the Yankees' skipper or coach that year, as Paige contended.
Of his team, Casey Stengel was quoted as saying, 7 have been in this game a hundred gears, but I see new ways to lose I never knew existed before.
As baseball legend Casey Stengel said to one of his losing teams, "Can't anybody here play this game?
Like the baseball great Casey Stengel, they know: "It's easy to get the players; it's getting them to play together that's hard.
Esa noticia seria pequena con la que vino despues: el viejo manager de los Yanquis, Casey Stengel, se convirtio en el primer coach de los Mets.
He might introduce them to the lore of the game, relating stories of the 1976 World Series or the Yankees' 1927 season; he might pass on the wisdom and strategies of successful managers like Tony LaRussa and Leo Durocher, and he might share the goofy eloquence of Casey Stengel.
Better yet, as Casey Stengel was fond of saying, "Youse can look it up.