Don Baylor - Quotes

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I'm going to try to enjoy the All-Star break, hope my players reflect on what happened the first half of the season, come back with a different attitude, try to find our solution on how to win it. ---->>>

I've been in just about every situation as a player and coach and manager. I've been in the playoffs, World Series, and I know how to get there. ---->>>

Playing for Yogi is like playing for your father; playing for Billy is like playing for your father-in-law. ---->>>

My bones are as hard as a rock. Every time I have a biopsy, the doctors are doing hand exercises a week, ten days out. ---->>>

Texas has arguably the most extreme separation between the well off and everyday people in the United States. ---->>>

I'm a fair manager, put it that way. I like to be fair with the players, but there's a time for discipline. ---->>>

I know what I have to do and I plan to do it. It's a good time to get it done and get it behind me. It's treatable, so why not treat it now? My family will give me comfort but I have to do this alone. ---->>>

It's what you've been a part of for so long. I don't think I can watch a game without an interest in who wins. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 06-28, 1949
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Occupation: Coach
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Donald Edward Baylor (born June 28, 1949) is a Major League Baseball (MLB) coach and a former MLB player and manager. During his 19 seasons in the major leagues, Baylor was a power hitter known for crowding the plate, and was a first baseman, left fielder, and designated hitter. He played for six different American League teams, primarily the Baltimore Orioles and California Angels, but also played for the Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, and Boston Red Sox (wikipedia)