Yogi Berra


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United States baseball player (born 1925)

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We mourn the passing of Yankees icon and Hall of Famer Yogi Berra," the MLB said in a tweet.
AS BASEBALL ICON YOGI BERRA JUST SAID, "FIFTY PERCENT OF THE DEAL IS ONE HUNDRED PERCENT ABOUT PRICE
Chris McCarthy Rumney, Cardiff * THE eccentricities of the great Yogi Berra mentioned in Dan O'Neill's column also included his unique interpretation of the English language ("Here is a game threaded into the national tapestry", October 26).
As the legendary baseball great Yogi Berra once said, "It's deja-vu all over again.
IT was American baseball legend Yogi Berra who once quipped that you should "never answer an anonymous letter".
Legends who participated in the game included Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Stan Musial, Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson, and Duke Snider.
While much of the Yogi Berra narrative is already well known, it is a compelling story nonetheless.
He clashed with Yankees' great Yogi Berra for 10 years, and hired and fired manager Billy Martin five times.
He also had clashes with Yankee Hall-of-Fame catcher Yogi Berra, and future Hall-of-Fame player and manager Joe Torre, among others.
at Yogi Berra Stadium on the campus of Montclair State University.
Yogi Berra being named the tournament's host and ambassador last month was a sign the tournament is committed to maintain the fun and camaraderie Bob Hope started.
Who knew baseball contained so many numbers or that Yogi Berra said, "Nobody goes there any more.
Former catcher Yogi Berra tossed the ceremonial first pitch and Babe Ruth's bat was laid across home plate to mark the opening of the new $1.
Yogi Berra makes us laugh when he advises, "When you come to a fork in the road, take it.
To quote KLIATT's March 2006 review of the Books on Tape audiobook: Almost any baseball fan would give his (or her) right arm to walk on the grass of "the house that Ruth built," shag flies in the outfield that was once patrolled by Mickey Mantle, sit on the bench formerly occupied by Yogi Berra, and tread the same bases as Joe DiMaggio, Roger Maris, Don Mattingly and hundreds of others who wore the Yankee pinstripes.