Don't be afraid to fail. Experience is just mistakes you don't make anymore.

— Joe Garagiola

The most competitive Joe Garagiola quotes that may be undiscovered and unusual

Not only was I not the best catcher in the Major Leagues, I wasn't even the best catcher on my street!


You really have to be some kind of a creep for a dog to reject you.


One thing you learned as a Cubs fan: when you bought you ticket, you could bank on seeing the bottom of the ninth.


I know a baseball star who wouldn't report the theft of his wife's credit cards because the thief spends less than she does.


Baseball is a game of race, creed, and color.

The race is to first base. The creed is the rules of the game. The color? Well, the home team wears white uniforms, and the visiting team wears gray.


Baseball is drama with an endless run and an ever-changing cast.


I guess you don't really own a dog, you rent them, and you have to be thankful that you had a long lease.


Never trust a baserunner with a limp.

Comes a base hit and you'll think he just got back from Lourdes.


Nolan Ryan is pitching much better now that he has his curve ball straightened out.


The Chicago Cubs are like Rush Street-a lot of singles, but no action.


It seems the baseball player of today will not be satisfied until he plays two weeks in the big league and is able to retire at twenty-two.


He's one of those Christmas Eve guys.

There are people like that... every day in their lives is Christmas Eve.


About Joe Garagiola

Quotes 20 sayings
Nationality American
Profession Athlete
Birthday October 16

There is no defense against the base on balls.


I went through baseball as "a player to be named later."


The wind always seems to blow against catchers when they are running.


Baseball gives you every chance to be great.

Then it puts every pressure on you to prove you haven't got what it takes.


Don't tell me you can pitch...pitch. Don't tell me you can sell...sell.


Being traded is like celebrating your 100th birthday.

It might not be the happiest occasion in the world, but consider the alternative.


Billy Loes was the only player in the majors who could lose a ground ball in the sun