Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Yankee Quotes from famous persons: Joe DiMaggio, Alice Hoffman, Julia Glass, Jorge Posada, Patrick Corbin. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Yankee Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
The fascists in most Latin American countries tell the people that the reason their wages will not buy as much in the way of goods is because of Yankee imperialism. The fascists in Latin America learn to speak and act like natives.
When the Revolution triumphed in 1959, our island was a true Yankee colony. The United States had duped and disarmed our Liberation Army. One couldn’t speak of developed agriculture, but of immense plantations exploited on the base of manual and animal labour that in general used neither fertilizers nor machinery.
For thousands of years, the most physically imposing buildings on earth were temples, churches, and mosques. But in the 20th century, new houses of worship came to dominate the landscape. Yankee Stadium is the most storied of these contemporary shrines.
I always appreciated the ex-players. Being a Yankee, you get spoiled. Old-Timers Day, all these guys coming back, spring training, being around them, you get a chance to get to know them. So I always think you learn a lot by listening.
Most guys who don’t like me are either Democrats or Yankee fans.
George H. W. Bush may be a World War II hero and New England Yankee blue blood, but he has the tear ducts of a Sicilian grandmother.
You look at all the great players that they’ve had and the potential of playing in Yankee Stadium.
I feel like I’ve been a Yankee my whole life.
Derek Jeter always felt like New York: the good-looking single guy for all those years. He felt like a Yankee.
Here’s the thing: I had never been to Boston, my whole life. Probably because I’m a Yankee fan.
If you look at professional baseball in New York, you can get all 162 Yankee games on television anytime you want. But people still go to the ballpark because they are two different experiences. It’s the same with film.
The thing that means the most to me is being remembered as a Yankee, because that’s what I’ve always wanted to be, was to be a Yankee.
I was in Puerto Rico going to school, and it was very jarring for me. ‘Traumatic‘ is the only way that I can say it. Kids were making fun of me: ‘Oh, you’re a Yankee.’ And I acted out a lot. A lot. But looking back, and through a little bit of therapy, everything I am has to do with that time.
To pitch a perfect game wearing pinstripes at Yankee Stadium, it’s unbelievable. Growing up a Yankee fan, to come out here and make history, it really is a dream come true.
Twain‘s ‘A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur‘s Court‘ made me long to wake in an era when my Casio wristwatch would strike folks as sorcery, and Martin Amis’s ‘Time’s Arrow‘ wrecked my assumption that all narratives had to proceed from Then to More-Recently-Than-Then.