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American Baseball quotes by Michael Lewis
#1. The sentimentality of baseball is very deeply rooted in the American baseball fan. It is the one sport that is transmitted from fathers to sons. #Quote by Michael Lewis
American Baseball quotes by Wynton Marsalis
#2. Benny Goodman's band was integrated before baseball. Even before it was physically integrated, music was integrated. Everyone listened to Armstrong and Ellington. The 20s was called the Jazz Age. It's part of being American. #Quote by Wynton Marsalis
American Baseball quotes by Leon Brown
#3. You are inferior to no one. others may treat you that way, but that is their problem. You are above all of this. #Quote by Leon Brown
American Baseball quotes by Hank Aaron
#4. I don't see pitches down the middle anymore - not even in batting practice. #Quote by Hank Aaron
American Baseball quotes by Jeremy London
#5. What I'd really like to give a try is cricket, because I grew up playing American baseball. #Quote by Jeremy London
American Baseball quotes by Hank Aaron
#6. I never smile when I have a bat in my hands. That's when you've got to be serious. When I get out on the field, nothing's a joke to me. I don't feel like I should walk around with a smile on my face. #Quote by Hank Aaron
American Baseball quotes by Tim Dlugos
#7. American Baseball

It's for real, not for practice, and it's televised,
not secret, the way you'd expect a civilized country
to handle delicate things, it's in color, it's happening
now in Florida, "This Is American Baseball" the announcer
announces as the batter enters the box, we are watching,
and it could be either of us

standing there waiting
for the pitch, avoiding the eye of the pitcher as we take
a few practice cuts, turning to him and his tiny friends in
the outfield, facing the situation, knowing that someone
behind our backs is making terrible gestures, standing
there to swing and miss

the way I miss you, wanting to be out
of uniform, out of breath, in your car, in love again, learning
all the signals for the first time, they way we learned the rules
of night baseball as high-school freshman: first base, you kiss
her, second base, her breasts, third, you're in her pants, and
home is where the heart

wants to be all the time, but seldom
can reach past the obstacle course of space, the home in our
perfect future we wanted so badly, and want more than ever since
we learned we won't live there, which happens to lovers in civilized
countries all the time, and happens too in American baseball when
you strike out and remember what the game really meant. #Quote by Tim Dlugos
American Baseball quotes by Thomas Boswell
#8. More than any other American sport, baseball creates the magnetic, addictive illusion that it can almost be understood. #Quote by Thomas Boswell
American Baseball quotes by Stephen Douglass
#9. I'M LOSING FAITH IN MY FAVORITE COUNTRY

Throughout my life, the United States has been my favorite country, save and except for Canada, where I was born, raised, educated, and still live for six months each year. As a child growing up in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, I aggressively bought and saved baseball cards of American and National League players, spent hours watching snowy images of American baseball and football games on black and white television and longed for the day when I could travel to that great country. Every Saturday afternoon, me and the boys would pay twelve cents to go the show and watch U.S. made movies, and particularly, the Superman serial. Then I got my chance. My father, who worked for B.F. Goodrich, took my brother and me to watch the Cleveland Indians play baseball in the Mistake on the Lake in Cleveland. At last I had made it to the big time. I thought it was an amazing stadium and it was certainly not a mistake. Amazingly, the Americans thought we were Americans.

I loved the United States, and everything about the country: its people, its movies, its comic books, its sports, and a great deal more. The country was alive and growing. No, exploding. It was the golden age of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The American dream was alive and well, but demanded hard work, honesty, and frugality. Everyone understood that. Even the politicians.

Then everything changed.

Partly because of its proximity to #Quote by Stephen Douglass
American Baseball quotes by Leon Brown
#11. Do not worry about the past or the future. This moment needs your attention, for this is where your life exists. #Quote by Leon Brown
American Baseball quotes by Dennis Prager
#12. The word corruption does not arouse the moral revulsion that it should. We think of it as more a nuisance than a great evil. But corruption kills societies every bit as much as murder kills an individual. Moreover there is no hope for any society in which corruption is endemic. One final thought: Here in Cameroon, as elsewhere in Africa, the knowledgeable guides who lead tours of the slave centers note that Africans were deeply involved in the slave trade, and that without them, the slave trade could not have existed. If only this fact were taught as readily in American universities as it is here in Africa - not in order to minimize white complicity, but because universities should teach truth. Flawed human nature has no color. #Quote by Dennis Prager
American Baseball quotes by Mark McGwire
#13. There's not a pill or an injection that's going to give me, going to give any player the hand-eye coordination to hit a baseball. #Quote by Mark McGwire
American Baseball quotes by Stephen Colbert
#14. Football is American; why are the Romans numering our bowls?! #Quote by Stephen Colbert
American Baseball quotes by Christopher Moore
#15. One day I was telling him that I thought that cars had replaced guns as phallic symbols for American men, and I thought it was interesting that he had one that was so small and fast. The next day he gave me the Datsun and went out and bought a Lincoln. #Quote by Christopher Moore
American Baseball quotes by Thea Bowman
#16. Remember who you are and whose you are. #Quote by Thea Bowman
American Baseball quotes by A. Bartlett Giamatti
#17. For me, baseball is the most nourishing game outside of literature. They both are re-tellings of human experience. #Quote by A. Bartlett Giamatti
American Baseball quotes by Ronald Reagan
#18. Bobby Kennedy is so concerned with poverty because he didn't have any as a kid. #Quote by Ronald Reagan
American Baseball quotes by Bob Feller
#19. You can talk about teamwork on a baseball team, but I'll tell you, it takes teamwork when you have 2,900 men stationed on the U.S.S. Alabama in the South Pacific. #Quote by Bob Feller
American Baseball quotes by Werner Herzog
#20. Of course, as a German, I wouldn't like to tell the American people how to handle their criminal justice. #Quote by Werner Herzog
American Baseball quotes by Maureen Dowd
#21. It is an astonishing thing that historians will look back and puzzle over, that in the 21st century, American women were such hunted creatures. Even as Republicans try to wrestle women into chastity belts, the Vatican is trying to muzzle American nuns. #Quote by Maureen Dowd
American Baseball quotes by Adrienne Rich
#22. Perhaps many white North Americans fear an overtly political art because it might persuade us emotionally of what we think we are "rationally" against; it might get us on a level we have lost touch with; undermine the safety we have built for oneselves, remind us of what is better left forgotten. #Quote by Adrienne Rich
American Baseball quotes by James A. Garfield
#23. The people are responsible for the character of their Congress. #Quote by James A. Garfield
American Baseball quotes by Mary Gabriel
#24. Elaine (de Kooning) wrote,
"For the bureaucrat, reality is found in . . .the radio with the advertisements that make claims that he accepts a s false. Reality is the baseball game, Hollywood, Washington, D.C. Reality is conspicuous consumption. All of this in short, is the reality that someone else has made for him.
This to the artist is unreality . . . #Quote by Mary Gabriel
American Baseball quotes by Mickey Mantle
#25. As far as he knew, I was dying. #Quote by Mickey Mantle
American Baseball quotes by Louise Erdrich
#26. Nector [speaking to Bernadette] could have told her, having drunk down the words of Nanapush, that comfort is not security and money in the hand disappears. He could have told her that only the land matters and never to let go of the papers, the titles, the tracks of the words, all those things that his ancestors never understood how the vital relationship to the dirt and grass under their feet. #Quote by Louise Erdrich
American Baseball quotes by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
#27. One out of every six American women has so much mercury in her womb that her children are at risk for a grim inventory of diseases, including autism, blindness, mental retardation and heart, liver and kidney disease. #Quote by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
American Baseball quotes by Walter P. Webb
#28. In Conclusion, let us inquire what has been and what is to be the Meaning of the Great Plains in American Life #Quote by Walter P. Webb
American Baseball quotes by Margaret Cho
#29. My very presence as an Asian American woman talking about race and sexuality is a political statement. #Quote by Margaret Cho
American Baseball quotes by Ben Carson
#30. Since Americans are by nature individualistic and entrepreneurial, by definition, then, the socialist program is anti-American, to say nothing of totalitarian. Socialism is an old dream. Some dreams are nightmares when put into practice. #Quote by Ben Carson
American Baseball quotes by Charles Lindbergh
#31. Our survival, the future of our civilization, possibly the existence of mankind, depends on American leadership #Quote by Charles Lindbergh
American Baseball quotes by Don Larsen
#32. I'll never forget the catch he made to save the game. #Quote by Don Larsen
American Baseball quotes by William Gibson
#33. I think that our future has lost that capital F we used to spell it with. The science fiction future of my childhood has had a capital F - it was assumed to be an American Future because America was the future. The Future was assumed to be inherently heroic, and a lot of other things, as well. #Quote by William Gibson
American Baseball quotes by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
#34. A great poet must have the ear of a wild Arab listening in the silent desert, the eye of a North American Indian tracing the footsteps of an enemy upon the leaves that strew the forest, the touch of a blind man feeling the face of a darling child. #Quote by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
American Baseball quotes by Richard Dawkins
#35. Once again, I am sorry to take a sledgehammer to so small and fragile a nut, but I have to do so because more than 40 per cent of the American people believe literally in the story of Noah's Ark. #Quote by Richard Dawkins
American Baseball quotes by Michael Strahan
#36. German women love American men. That's why a lot of American servicemen go to Germany - and never come back. #Quote by Michael Strahan
American Baseball quotes by Karin Chenoweth
#37. America's educational dilemma doesn't make sense to even the casual observer. How can it be that the world's only superpower has so much trouble educating its youth? Why is it that providing all American children with a solid, first-rate education is so hard for this mighty nation? #Quote by Karin Chenoweth
American Baseball quotes by Peter P. Mahoney
#38. There was a part, you know, obviously there was a part of the whole I military experience that you know like hooks right into the whole boyhood experience that that you know most American boys have growing up, you know, which is proving your manhood by proving how hard you are, by proving that you can take it. #Quote by Peter P. Mahoney
American Baseball quotes by Danny Bautista
#39. In baseball, you've got to keep working. #Quote by Danny Bautista
American Baseball quotes by James Patterson
#40. The items on the counter in the shop had been pawned by a man who had used an American driving licence as his ID, issued in the state of New Mexico in the name Jack Bauer. He had received 16,430 kronor in total. "Is this some sort of fucking joke?" Jacob asked. "How the hell can someone get away with calling himself Jack Bauer? Jack Bauer! The TV show? Twenty-four? #Quote by James Patterson
American Baseball quotes by Michael Delaware
#41. I call these lessons 'learned on the fly' because the knowledge gained from the experiences connected with them were very much akin to the spirit of the centerfielder in baseball running backward at full speed, looking towards the heavens, trying to not lose sight of the ball or fail to notice the sensation of gravel from the warning track under his cleats as he knowingly approaches the blindside impact of an outfield wall. His focused intention guides him into trying to make the catch that will save the game for his team, his city and the harmony of the moment, despite the foreboding threat of a pending collision. Decisions in these situations are made in an instant. One weighs the purpose of the game, the success of the catch and one's own safety of survival in a fleeting moment, and in all hopes one lives to tell about it in the glow of great success. #Quote by Michael Delaware
American Baseball quotes by Terry Teachout
#42. Whether they know it or not, most American playgoers owe an incalculably great debt to translators. Were it not for their work, comparatively few of us would be able to enjoy the plays of Chekhov, Ibsen or Moliere. #Quote by Terry Teachout
American Baseball quotes by Sofia Espinoza Alvarez
#43. Who is as free as a writer? Nadie es tan libre como un escritor . . . No one is as free as a writer! #Quote by Sofia Espinoza Alvarez
American Baseball quotes by Roger Ebert
#44. Because an American can have a double-barreled last name but there is little practice for a triple-barreled one. #Quote by Roger Ebert
American Baseball quotes by Jesse Jackson
#45. What is the American dream? The American dream is one big tent. One big tent. And on that big tent you have four basic promises: equal protection under the law, equal opportunity, equal access, and fair share. #Quote by Jesse Jackson
American Baseball quotes by Julia Jones
#46. There aren't very many notable Native American female figures historically. That's the way that it's been. Pocahontas and Sacajawea. #Quote by Julia Jones
American Baseball quotes by Stephen Vincent Benet
#47. Let each one of us say, 'I am an American. I intend to stay an American. I will do my best to wipe from my heart hate, rancor and political prejudice. I will sustain my government. And, through good days or bad, I will try to serve my country.' #Quote by Stephen Vincent Benet
American Baseball quotes by Rodolfo Llinas
#48. The future of human relationships will be directly related to the cerebral functions. For this reason it is already a fundamental thing. In the past, and well until today, some South American countries have had a great neuropharmacological history, since the natives' times. It is necessary that we remind ourselves of the many licit and illicit drugs that were generated in our continent and that act on the brain. #Quote by Rodolfo Llinas
American Baseball quotes by Thomas Sowell
#49. Like a baseball game, wars are not over till they are over. Wars don't run on a clock like football. No previous generation was so hopelessly unrealistic that this had to be explained to them. #Quote by Thomas Sowell
American Baseball quotes by Peter Matthiessen
#50. Webster said, 'Time them skeeters get done with that old man, his French blood will be all gone and he will speak American as good as we do. #Quote by Peter Matthiessen
American Baseball quotes by David Mitchell
#51. Hershey is so bent on avoiding cliché that each sentence is as tortured as an American whistleblower. #Quote by David Mitchell
American Baseball quotes by Craig Ferguson
#52. Clay Aiken ran for Congress in North Carolina. But he didn't make it. Clay Aiken is famous for coming in second in a TV popularity contest that most people got fed up with years ago. He also lost on 'American Idol.' #Quote by Craig Ferguson
American Baseball quotes by David James Duncan
#53. Like gamblers, baseball fans and television networks, fishermen are enamored of statistics. The adoration of statistics is a trait so deeply embedded in their nature that even those rarefied anglers the disciples of Jesus couldn't resist backing their yarns with arithmetic: when the resurrected Christ appears on the morning shore of the Sea of Galilee and directs his forlorn and skunked disciples to the famous catch of John 21, we learn that the net contained not "a boatload" of fish, nor "about a hundred and a half," nor "over a gross," but precisely "a hundred and fifty three." This is, it seems to me, one of the most remarkable statistics ever computed. Consider the circumstances: this is after the Crucifixion and the Resurrection; Jesus is standing on the beach newly risen from the dead, and it is only the third time the disciples have seen him since the nightmare of Calvary. And yet we learn that in the net there were "great fishes" numbering precisely "a hundred and fifty three." How was this digit discovered? Mustn't it have happened thus: upon hauling the net to shore, the disciples squatted down by that immense, writhing fish pile and started tossing them into a second pile, painstakingly counting "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven... " all the way up to a hundred and fifty three, while the newly risen Lord of Creation, the Sustainer of all their beings, He who died for them and for Whom they would gladly die, stood waiting, ignored, till the heap of fish was q #Quote by David James Duncan
American Baseball quotes by Tom Coburn
#54. The danger of what's happening right now in terms of using reconciliation is, the purpose of the Senate is going to be defeated. And that is to bring consensus to big issues in this country so that we have a reasoned and thoughtful approach and that the American public buys into it. #Quote by Tom Coburn

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