Yogi Berra

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Noun1.Yogi Berra - United States baseball player (born 1925)
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Inductees have included Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Buzz Aldrin, Toni Morrison, Yogi Berra, Bruce Springsteen, Norman Schwarzkopf, Jon Bon Jovi, Queen Latifah, Michael Douglas, Tony Bennett, Susan Sarandon, and Jack Nicholson.
They had six players with 20-plus home runs--Roger Maris (61), Mickey Mantle (54), Bill Skowron (28), Yogi Berra (22), Elston Howard (21) and Johnny Blanchard 21.
To borrow the words of Yogi Berra, for No campaigners the EU referendum was "like deja vu all over again".
AN interviewer asked Yogi Berra, the great American baseball player and humourist, "what makes a good manager?
On September 22, 2015, the nation lost one of its most extraordinary philosophers, Yogi Berra, who died at the age of 90 in Montclair, N.
Yogi Berra spent over 40 years as a professional baseball catcher, manager, and coach.
On Thursday, a day after Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas denounced the Oslo Peace Accords in a speech to the UN general assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the pulpit in New York, choosing first to communicate his complete dissatisfaction with the Iran Nuclear Deal before addressing Abbas and name-dropping Yogi Berra, the New York Yankee legend who died earlier this week.
American baseball legend Yogi Berra is the source of the title of this column.
BASEBALL: Former New York Yankees catcher and manager Yogi Berra has died at the age of 90.
Yogi Berra, a Hall of Fame catcher for the New York Yankees whose mangled syntax made him one of the sports world's most beloved and frequently quoted figures, died on Tuesday at the age of 90, Major League Baseball said.
5 Man of many quotes, baseball star Yogi Berra played for which team for 18 years and in which position?
There is much information on Willie Mays of the Giants, as well as Jackie Robinson, Hank Aaron, Ernie Banks, Yogi Berra, Carl Erskine, and Monte Irvin.