SportByte™ Archives — July 2015

Posted 07.08.15 — "My dad never pushed me but the big thing is that he helped me by going out in the backyard and playing with me." — Bart Starr, football player [Football Quotes from Bart Starr]

Posted 07.07.15 — "What other people may find in poetry, I find in the flight of a good drive." — Arnold Palmer, professional golfer [Golf Quotes from Arnold Palmer]

Posted 07.06.15 — "There is a thin line between genius and insanity, and in Larry's case it was sometimes so thin you could see him drifting back and forth." — Leo Durocher, baseball manager, on Larry MacPhail, baseball team executive [Baseball Quotes from Steve the Ump]

Posted 07.05.15 — "I leaned on him for support when I got out of the cab, and he just crumpled to the ground. That's how we found out." — Mickey Mantle, baseball player, on his father, Mutt Mantle, when they took a cab to Lenox Hill hospital in New York after Mickey was injured in the second game of the 1951 World Series — both father and son were admitted to the hospital and tests showed Mutt had contracted Hodgkin's Disease [Baseball Quotes from Steve the Ump]

Posted 07.04.15 — "Without losers where would winners be?" — Casey Stengel, baseball manager [Baseball Quotes from Steve the Ump]

Posted 07.03.15 — "It gets late early out there." — Yogi Berra, baseball player and manager [Baseball Quotes from Steve the Ump]

Posted 07.02.15 — "The greens are harder than a whore's heart." — Sam Snead, professional golfer [Golf Quotes from Sam Snead]

Posted 07.01.15 — "Rarely should a base runner risk a steal when the game is in balance. It's to be used when you can afford to fail." — Ty Cobb, baseball player [Baseball Quotes from Ty Cobb]

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