Quote of the day

The great thing about baseball is there’s a crisis every day.

~Gabe Paul

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Quote of the day

When you’re in the day-to-day grind, it just seems like it’s another step along the way. But I find joy in the actual process, the journey, the work. It’s not the end event.

~Cal Ripken, Jr.

Cal_Ripken,_Jr_in_1996

“Cal Ripken, Jr in 1996” by Joe Shlabotnik


Talking bat

Speak softly and carry a big stick.  ~Theodore Roosevelt

Talking bat

 


Quote of the day

I’ll never make the mistake of being 70 again.

~Casey Stengel

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Quote of the day

Yesterday’s home runs don’t win today’s games.

~Babe Ruth

Ruth In Action

US baseball player ‘Babe’ Ruth (George Herman Ruth, 1895 – 1948), during a match. Original Publication: People Disc – HK0045 (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images)


Quote of the day

School work and intellectual interests such as music and the arts were not especially important to me while I was growing up, although mathematics, my favorite subject, was fun. Baseball was my first passion: I played sand lot and Little League and rooted for the Brooklyn Dodgers.

~Robert C. Merton

Robert Merton

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Quote of the day

By any reasonable standard (i.e. he didn’t cheat), Aaron is one of the greatest sluggers in baseball history—and there shouldn’t even be a debate about who is baseball’s true all-time home run champion (again, no cheating).

~Tucker Elliot

Tucker Elliot

Tucker Elliot (tuckerelliot.com)