Yogi Berra

NOUN
  1. United States baseball player (born 1925)
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How To Use Yogi Berra In A Sentence

  • Perhaps James and Wade really weren't celebrating after Wade's three-pointer and perhaps in their mutual stare expressed their understanding that, to quote Yogi Berra again, it ain't over till it's over -- and that they needed, more than ever, to be focused and mentally tough and keep clawing like they were being by 15 points. Larry Strauss: The NBA Finals: Young Guys Make Highlights, But Old Guys Rule
  • Yogi Berra hit a two-run homer in the third inning off starter Bob Buhl.
  • As the great and somewhat quirky hall-of-fame catcher from the New York Yankees Yogi Berra famously said, "It's ain't over till it's over. Mike Robbins: World Series 2010: What Baseball Can Teach Us About Life
  • After the Yankees put two men on base to start their half of the sixth inning, Yogi Berra came strolling to the plate.
  • Nobody goes to that restaurant anymore because it's too crowded. Yogi Berra 
  • Baseball is ninety percent mental and the other half is physical. Yogi Berra 
  • Because, as Mr. DeVito makes abundantly clear, there are and always have been two Yogi Berras: 1) the public celebrity — a goofy, good-natured, strange-looking (sportswriters at the time used far-worse adjectives), malaprop-spewing simpleton from the Italian slums of St. Louis and 2) the real person behind the public persona, a far more complex and intelligent character. The Man Behind the Malaprop
  • Always go to other people's funerals, otherwise they won't come to yours. Yogi Berra 
  • Whatever you do, you should do it with feeling. Yogi Berra 
  • If you don't know where you are going, you'll end up someplace else. Yogi Berra 
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