If you know how to cheat, start now.
Every time I fail to smoke a cigarette between innings, the opposition will score.
Frank was the most intense ballplayer I've ever seen. He played the game as hard as anybody. He never, ever gave up on an at-bat no matter what the score was. He'd get a big hit. He went into the stands in New York to make a catch. But what's important is, he did these things every day.
I'd rather you walk with the bases loaded.
I think my job as manager going into spring is basically going to be to work the entire Spring Training on learning how to win games in different kind of ways.
We're so bad right now that for us back-to-back home runs means one today and another one tomorrow.
On my tombstone just write, 'The sorest loser that ever lived.'.
It'll be baseball, and it'll be guys that I know. I don't think I'd ever catch up with the major leagues again -not that I'm that old or that slow.