LOL: Baseball’s Funniest Notable Quotables


In my latest copy of the world’s largest circulation manage, aka AARP Magazine, they had a Power of 50 page devoted to baseball’s 50 funniest notable quotables.

Well, here’s my favorite 10 — along with another Yogi-ism for the wrap.

Enjoy. And send me your favorites.

“Trying to sneak a pitch past Hank Aaron is like trying to sneak the sunrise past a rooster.”

— Joe Adcock

“If a horse won’t eat it, I don’t want to play on it.”

— Dick Allen on artificial turf

“It ain’t nothing’ till I call it.”

— Bill Klem, umpire

“Sure I played, did you think I was born at age 70 sitting in a dugout trying to manage guys like you?”

Casey Stengel to Mickey Mantle

“All I remember about my wedding day in 1967 is that the Cubs lost a doubleheader.”

— George Will

“Ninety percent of this game is half mental.”

— Yogi Berra

“There’s no crying in baseball.”

— Tom Hanks in A League of Their Own

“I’d be willing to bet you, if I was a betting man, that I have never bet on baseball.”

— Pete Rose

“The way to catch a knuckleball is to wait until the ball stops rolling and then to pick it up.”

— Bob Uecker

“I never took the game home with me. I always left it in some bar.”

— Bob Lemon

“It ain’t over till it’s over.”

— Yogi Berra