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You Can Observe A Lot By Watching: What I've Learned About Teamwork From the Yankees and Life

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

    You Can Observe a Lot by Watching - Yogi Berra with Dave Kaplan

    Any of the Yogi Berra books are well worth reading!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2008

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    In all honesty, I'm only half way through the book. I started it this afternoon over lunch, and I could not put it down! As I began reading, I found myself sitting on a stoop in Brooklyn, and listening intentively to a man who talks non-fiction with such ease. There are no one hundred dollar words offered for the reader, but what does come across is one man's passion and pride for his 'other' family, the New York Yankees, in a very simple and honest tone. Mr. Berra 'talks' quite frankly and openly about The Mick and Joe D., about Phil Rizzuto and Whitey Ford, about Don Larson and catching his 'perfecto', about the early racial striff in baseball and how it affected Jackie Robinson and Elston Howard, and I could go on and on. But, more importantly, Mr. Berra tries to instill in the reader what it is to be a (man) part of a team, and the pride and 'where-with-all' that it takes to make that team into a champion. 'What happens in the clubhouse, stays in the clubhouse' is very apparent from page one. I cant't wait for lunch tomorrow and my continued infatuation with the latest installment from one of baseball's greatest, Thee Yog!!

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