Dizzy Dean - Quotes

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It ain't bragging if you can do it. ---->>>

The doctors x-rayed my head and found nothing.

The doctors x-rayed my head and found nothing.

Let the teachers teach English and I will teach baseball. There is a lot of people in the United States who say isn't, and they ain't eating. ---->>>

The good Lord was good to me. He gave me a strong body, a good right arm, and a weak mind. ---->>>

I can't tell you why there's a delay, but stick your head out of the window and you'll know why. ---->>>

Practice, work hard, and give it everything you have. ---->>>

I ain't what I used to be, but who the hell is? ---->>>

Mr. Rickey, I'll put more people in the park than anybody since Babe Ruth. ---->>>

All ballplayers want to wind up their careers with the Cubs, Giants or Yankees. They just can't help it. ---->>>

I never keep a scorecard or the batting averages. I hate statistics. What I got to know, I keep in my head. ---->>>

Son, what kind of pitch would you like to miss. ---->>>

I was blessed with a strong arm and a weak mind. ---->>>

I won twenty-eight games in thirty-five and I couldn't believe my eyes when the Cards sent me a contract with a cut in salary. Mr Rickey said I deserved a cut because I didn't win thirty games. ---->>>

Anybody who's ever had the privilege of seeing me play knows that I am the greatest pitcher in the world. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 01-16, 1910
Die: 07-17, 1974
Occupation: Athlete

Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean (January 16, 1910 – July 17, 1974), also known as Jerome Herman Dean, was an American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Browns. A brash and colorful personality, Dean was the last National League pitcher to win 30 games in one season (wikipedia)