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I'm proud to be here. I'm proud to be part of this team but believe me, I lost someone special.

After Game four of the 1999 World Series on the loss of his father hours before the game. He still played.

Paul Andrew O'Neill
New York Yankees
OF
Contributed by: Leash1230@aol.com

What the hell has Hoover got to do with it? Besides, I had a better year than he did.

In response to remarks that he'd have a higher salary in 1930 than President Herbert Hoover

George Herman "Babe" Ruth
New York Yankees
OF

When I came up, you couldn't play if you couldn't bunt, but home runs have pretty much taken over the game today. You have to hit at least 25 homers to be a hero today. The game has changed so much. People want to see homers. Look around the league. Bunting has become a lost art. The baseball purists appreciate and respect Tony Gwynn and "Boggsie", but your batting average doesn't matter as much anymore. They want people who can put the ball over the fence.

Kirby Puckett
Minnesota Twins
OF

Show me a guy who's afraid to look bad and I'll show you a guy you can beat every time.

Louis Clark "Lou" Brock
St. Louis Cardinals
OF
Contributed by: Jonathan Chapman

The Feds can kiss my ass.

When it was announced that he was a suspect in a tax fraud case

Darryl Strawberry
New York Yankees
OF
Contributed by: Lee Gibbs

I'm crazy, and I've got the papers to prove it.

James Anthony "Jimmy" Piersall
Boston Red Sox
OF

When they knock you down, you not only have to get up, but you have to make it clear that you won't be knocked down a second time.

Carl Michael "Yaz" Yastrzemski
Boston Red Sox
OF
Contributed by: Jonathan Chapman

On August 2, 1907, I encountered the most threatning sight I ever saw on the ballfield. He was only a rookie, and we licked our lips as we warmed up for the first game of a doubleheader in Washington. Evidently the manager of the Senators had picked a rube out of the cornfields of the deepest bushes to pitch against us.....He was a tall, shambling galoot of about 20 with arms so long they hung out of his sleeves and with a sidearm delivery that looked unimpressive at first glance.....One of us imitated a cow mooing and we hollered at the manager: 'get your pitchfork ready, your hayseed's on his way back to the barn'......The first time I faced him I watched him take that easy windup and then something went past me that made me flinch. The thing just hissed with danger. We couldn't touch him....every one of us knew we'd met the most powerful arm ever turned loose in a ball park.

On Walter Johnson

Tyrus Raymond "Ty" Cobb
Detroit Tigers
OF
Contributed by: Anthony Sikorski

There is always some kid who may be seeing me for the first or last time, I owe him my best.

On why he played so hard every game

Joseph Paul "Joltin' Joe" DiMaggio
New York Yankees
OF

I'm here to play 162. I'm scared to take a day off. The day I take off is the day I can go 5 for 5. Nobody can take me out of there. Nope. That's the way it's got to be.

Sammy Sosa
Chicago Cubs
OF

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