|Product Name||The Mcfarland Baseball Quotations Dictionary|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0786437561|
|Price New||29.10 US Dollars (curriencies)|
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|Long Description||"I can remember a reporter asking me for a quote and I didn t know what a quote was. I thought it was some kind of a soft drink"--Joe Dimaggio. The author has more than doubled the number of hardball lines, quips, quibbles, exclamations and sagacious sallies (4,271 versus 2,023) from the well reviewed earlier edition, which featured a "good index" ( ARBA ), as it does again. From the historical to the hysterical, Hall of Fame legends to long-forgotten bench jockies, this work compiles the best lines from the entire spectrum of baseball. Quotations are arranged under several dozen topics, from "Aging Gracefully" to "Yogi-isms" (and include the straightforward, like "Base Running" or "Home Runs," to the more fanciful, like "Anger Management" and "Looks Aren't Everything"). Detailed ascriptions for each quotation provide context and elaboration. Thorough name and narrow subject indexes allow for easy access.|
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