|Born||May 12, 1925|
St. Louis, Missouri
The repository contains 15 quotes from Yogi Berra.
When you come to a fork in the road, take it.
Never answer an anonymous letter.
To the wife of New York City Mayor John Lindsay, who said that he looked cool:
Thanks. You donít look so hot yourself.
A nickel ainít worth a dime anymore.
To his wife who asked him where she should bury him if he were to die first:
The towels were so thick there I could hardly close my suitcase.
When asked if the streakers that ran across the field were men or women:
I donít know. They had bags over their heads.
Iím lost but Iím making good time.
Iíd rather be the Yankees catcher than the president, and that makes me pretty lucky, I guess, because I could never be the president.
Nobody goes where the crowds are anymore. Itís too crowded.
When asked by his second grade teacher if he knew anything:
Maíam, I donít even suspect anything.
You have to be careful if you donít know where youíre going because you might not get there.
Half the lies they tell about me arenít true.
I never said half the things I said.
Upon being asked his hat size:
I donít know, Iím not in shape.