Casey Stengel

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Noun1.Casey Stengel - United States baseball manager (1890-1975)
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An unnamed buyer has paid over $17,000 for a baseball signed by Moe Berg, a journeyman catcher (and coach after World War II), polyglot, and OSS/CIA operative who was described by biographer Nicholas Dawidoff as "the brainiest guy in baseball" and Casey Stengel as "the strangest man every to play baseball.
NEVER make predictions, especially about the future," baseball Hall of Famer Casey Stengel once noted.
As Casey Stengel might have asked about Washington, "Don't nobody here know how to play this game?
is a children's picturebook about legendary baseball team manager Casey Stengel, who guided the careers of superstars such as Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle, and led the New York Yankees to a record-breaking ten pennants and seven World Series wins in twelve years.
By 1949, when Casey Stengel took command of the team, the Yankees brought back Bill Dickey, the greatest catcher in the team's history, to tutor Berra and improve his game.
Along the way, he played for Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel and coached Derek Jeter -- quite a span, by any major league measure.
He details the key roles of Mets manager Casey Stengel and Yankees right-fielder Roger Maris; the threat to baseball from the increased interest in football; key players, including Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Marv Throneberry, and Gil Hodges; the teams' homes at Yankee Stadium and Polo Grounds; specific games; and the World Series of 1962.
Baseball legend Casey Stengel famously said: "Never make predictions, especially about the future.
Casey Stengel, a mentor and later a close friend of Dedeaux's, was a frequent spectator at our Saturday conference games until his death in 1975.
Former New York Yankees manager Casey Stengel says: "It's not the sex that wrecks these guys, it's staying up all night looking for it.
Whenyoudo,lose'emright"- Casey Stengel, baseball manager.