Yogi Berra Quotes: Did He Really Say That?
"We have a good time together, even when we're not together," was said by Yogi Berra when a reporter was asking him about what?
- Coaching other MLB teams besides the New York Yankees
- To describe the longevity of his marriage
- The crazy fans that follow him around
- His former Yankees teammates after he retired
Let's get a base hit and start off with an easy one. Did Yogi Berra actually say, "We made too many wrong mistakes."?
Almost every one of Yogi Berra's most memorable quotes can be attributed to him, unless he ever told someone it was not true. With that in mind, who actually said, "It's like deja vu all over again."?
- John Anders
- Yogi Berra
- Tish Baldridge
- Jim Prior
"You should always go to other people's funerals; otherwise, they won't come to yours," is quite possibly one of the funniest, and most authentic, things ever said but it was not spoken by Yogi Berra. Who was the actual person behind this line?
- Charles Lee
- J. F. Shaw Kennedy
- William Wallace
- Jim Flannigan
Which MLB team was Yogi Berra managing when he told a reporter, "It ain't over till it's over."?
- Houston Astros
- New York Yankees
- Pittsburgh Pirates
- New York Mets
Unfortunately, "Baseball is ninety percent mental. The other half is physical," was not originally said by Yogi Berra and was instead delivered by another former MLB player. Who was it?
- Steve Garvey
- Dave Cash
- Jim Wohlford
- Danny Ozark
Was the following line, "You can observe a lot by just watching," ever said by Yogi Berra?
"The future ain't what it used to be," was definitely something Yogi Berra said in 1974, but the quote itself can be traced back to the later 1930's when who was actually responsible for creating it?
- Laura Riding and Robert Graves
- Paul Valery
- Roger Maris
- Ernest Hemingway
"Half the lies they tell about me aren't true," might not be an actual quote from Yogi Berra. Did he ever say this?
"Why buy good luggage? You only use it when you travel," was often said, defensively, by Yogi Berra. Why did he say it?
- He was auditioning for an advertising campaign with Samsonite
- He would use it to respond to silly questions from reporters after a bad game
- He was frugal and hardly ever spent his money on luxury items
- His teammates always joked about his cheap luggage
Yogi Berra once said, "I always thought that record would stand until it was broken," in a telegram that he had sent over to which MLB superstar?
- Mike Schmidt
- Eddie Murray
- Johnny Bench
- Ben Oglivie
Did Yogi Berra ever say, "You better cut the pie in four pieces because I'm not hungry enough to eat six," when talking about a pizza?
"Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded," is one of Yogi Berra's most famous quotes that he has owned up to from day one. However, another source confirmed that these were, in fact, his words. Who was the source?
- Phil Rizzuto
- Carmen Short
- Casey Stengel
- Joe DiMaggio
"He hits from both sides of the plate. He's amphibious," was not originally said by Yogi Berra. It was originally said by whom?
- Don Mattingly
- Oscar Gamble
- Gary Danielson
- Charles Shackleford
"When you come to a fork in the road...take it," is one of the most famous lines ever attributed to Yogi Berra. Did he ever say this?
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Yogi Berra Quotes
Yogi Berra quotes have often been mistaken over the years. And many baseball fans will have a hard time admitting they're wrong about baseball quotes like the classic lines attributed to Yogi Berra--even if he never did say them. Which quotes from Yogi Berra are real, and which ones are fake?