I've won plenty of games by knowing when to take out my pitcher; whom to replace him with; or how to place my infield or outfield to defend properly against the opposing hitter.
I do worry about tomorrow's game, but never about next year's job.
The toughest thing about managing is knowing your personnel and what it can give you under all conditions.
I put myself through college playing pool.
I'm not afraid to learn from my coaches.
Of course managers win ball games.
I always liked Casey Stengel as a manager because he seemed to have a grasp of so many things.
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