About Casey Stengel:
Charles Dillon "Casey" Stengel was an American Major League Baseball outfielder and manager. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966.
The trick is growing up without growing old.
Sure I played, did you think I was born at the age of 70 sitting in a dugout trying to manage guys like you?
Ability is the art of getting credit for all the home runs somebody else hits.
You gotta lose 'em some of the time. When you do, lose 'em right.
They say Yogi Berra is funny. Well, he has a lovely wife and family, a beautiful home, money in the bank, and he plays golf with millionaires. What's funny about that?
You gotta learn that if you don't get it by midnight, chances are you ain't gonna get it, and if you do, it ain't worth it.
Managing is getting paid for home runs that someone else hits.
Good pitching will always stop good hitting and vice-versa.
If we're going to win the pennant, we've got to start thinking we're not as good as we think we are.
The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided.
Two hundred million Americans, and there ain't two good catchers among 'em.
Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play as a team is another story.
Never make predictions, especially about the future.
All right everyone, line up alphabetically according to your height.
There comes a time in every man's life, and I've had plenty of them.
Being with a woman all night never hurt no professional baseball player. It's staying up all night looking for a woman that does him in.
Now there's three things you can do in a baseball game: You can win or you can lose or it can rain.
I was such a dangerous hitter I even got intentional walks during batting practice.
The secret of successful managing is to keep the five guys who hate you away from the four guys who haven't made up their minds.
They say some of my stars drink whiskey, but I have found that ones who drink milkshakes don't win many ball games.