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Mlb quotes by Tucker Elliot
#1. It's hard to dismiss the obvious symmetry between Longo [Evan Longoria] and the franchise for which he's now the poster-child: for the player, Hondo Junior College to MLB All-Star ... for the team, worst to first. #Quote by Tucker Elliot
Mlb quotes by Bill De Blasio
#2. I love the MLB app, because I'm a pretty obsessed baseball fan. #Quote by Bill De Blasio
Mlb quotes by Willie Stargell
#3. When they start the game, they don't yell, "Work ball." They say, "Play ball." #Quote by Willie Stargell
Mlb quotes by Charlie Brenneman
#4. Every kid dreams of playing in the NFL or MLB and I was that 27-year-old that dreamed of fighting in the UFC. It was kind of surreal to see that I have actually accomplished what I set out to do. It's better than I could have ever imagined. #Quote by Charlie Brenneman
Mlb quotes by Mo Williams
#5. I play both X-Box 360 and Playstation 3. I prefer X-Box 360, but they don't have 'MLB - The Show,' so I have to play every other game on the X-Box. #Quote by Mo Williams
Mlb quotes by Reggie Jackson
#6. Every hitter likes fastballs, just like everybody likes ice cream. But you don't like it when someone's stuffing it into you by the gallon. That's what it feels like when Nolan Ryan's thrown balls by you. #Quote by Reggie Jackson
Mlb quotes by Andrew Zimbalist
#7. I don't think baseball can abandon the Miami market. If MLB does let that market go vacant, I think it'll be one of the biggest mistakes they ever made. #Quote by Andrew Zimbalist
Mlb quotes by Hank Bracker
#8. Fidel Castro, who always enjoyed sports, promoted programs that helped Cuba become a front-runner in Latin America. The island nation fields outstanding baseball, soccer, basketball and volleyball teams. It also excels in amateur boxing. Believing that sports should be available for everyone, not just the privileged few, the phrase "Sports for all" is a motto frequently used. When Castro took power, he abolished all professional sports. Only amateur baseball has been played in Cuba since 1961.
An unexpected consequence of this initiative was that many players discovered that they could get much better deals if they left Cuba. As an attempt to prevent this, Fidel forbade players from playing abroad and if they did leave the island, he would prevent their families from joining them.
Originally, many Cuban baseball players played for teams in the American Negro league. This ended when Jackie Robinson was allowed to play with the Brooklyn Dodgers during the late 1940's. Afterwards, all Cuban baseball players played for the regular leagues regardless of their race. The Negro National League ceased after the 1948 season, and the last All-Star game was held in 1962. The Indianapolis Clowns were the last remaining Negro/Latin league team and played until 1966.
Cuban players with greater skill joined the Major League Baseball (MLB) teams. If they defected to the United States directly, they had to enter the MLB Draft. However, if they first defected to another country t #Quote by Hank Bracker
Mlb quotes by Bill Veeck
#9. This is a game to be savored, not gulped. There's time to discuss everything between pitches or between innings. #Quote by Bill Veeck
Mlb quotes by William J. Clinton
#10. Along the way they're (MLB) going to lose millions of more American fans ... #Quote by William J. Clinton
Mlb quotes by Juan Pablo Galavis
#11. Marlins Park is what I call my office in Miami, because I work for the Venezuelan Museum of Baseball and Hall of Fame. My job is to go to all the MLB stadiums and to talk to and collect articles from all the Venezuelan players in the big leagues and those Americans that played in Venezuela. #Quote by Juan Pablo Galavis
Mlb quotes by J.R. Moehringer
#13. Now, whenever I need to go online, I confine myself to a tight circle: Gmail, MLB.com, NYTimes.com, Slate and maybe Facebook. #Quote by J.R. Moehringer

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