Some Very Cool Baseball Quotes.
A writer once asked Lou Gehrig “Why don’t you take a rest?” He replied with “There’s no point to it. I like to play baseball and if I were to sit on the bench, the worry and fretting would take too much out of me.”
“Wait until he sees me hit.” – A young Ted Williams during his rookie season after being told “Wait until you see Foxx hit.”
“Retire.” – Thurman Munson’s often heard response when teammates would complain.
“On my tombstone just write, ‘The sorest loser that ever lived.'” – Earl Weaver
“The thing that slowly dawns on us after we watch a number of games is the absence of a clock. It’s one of the several things that are quite unique about this game. There’s nothing ticking away out there. We don’t look at the clock and say ‘This game is soon going to be over.’ The game might be over soon or not for hours or not ever in effect. If you keep hitting you’ll live forever; the last out will never come.” – Roger Angell