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baseball legend berra known for malapropisms dies at

Yogi Berra, known as much for his quotable malapropisms as for his baseball career, has died at his home in New Jersey, according to Dave.
NEW YORK (CNN) -- Yogi Berra, the baseball legend known as much for his on- the-field historic streak as his unintentionally humorous.
Baseball Legend Yogi Berra Dies at 90. The beloved Yankee catcher and quotable wit, who was known for his "Yog-isms," died yesterday at the age of 90. down-to-earth personality and the malapropisms, often referred to. Though Berra was initially clumsy behind the sie fickt den Lehrer., under the tutelage of coach and former Yankees catcher Bill Dickey, his defensive abilities were soon equaled only by his offense. He handled it well, the good and the bad," he said Wednesday. Introducing a series following ex-UTC DE Keionta Davis as he prepares for the NFL Draft. He could hit a ball late, that was already past him, and take it out of the park. Artists in nearly every major genre recorded Toussaint's songs or collaborated with him, including the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, Herb Alpert, Glen Campbell, Robert Palmer and Elvis Costello. Notice: You're using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. The markets just keep going up.

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Our catcher, that's why. A new awareness of the blues and its incorporation into the rock music of the era had opened the door for him at last. It gets late early out here. Despite his illness, for the remainder of his life, Ali tirelessly devoted himself to charitable endeavors, including the Special Olympics and the Make-a-Wish Foundation, as well as the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Research Center. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Though he will no doubt remain best known for his many accomplishments as the catcher for one of the most dominant New York Yankees teams in baseball history, his famous witticisms, military service and charitable endeavors leave behind him a legacy that extends far beyond the diamond and that has made him not only one of the greatest but also one of the most-loved to have ever played the game. And it is the truth.