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Joe DiMaggio batting sometimes gave the impression, the suggestion that the old rules and dimensions of baseball no longer applied to him, and that the game had at last grown unfairly easy. — Donald Hall

Donald Hall Baseball Quotes By Donald Hall

Baseball, because of its continuity over the space of America and the time of America, is a place where memory gathers. — Donald Hall

Donald Hall Baseball Quotes By Donald Hall

Baseball is fathers and sons. Football is brothers beating each other up in the backyard. — Donald Hall

Donald Hall Baseball Quotes By Donald Hall

For most baseball fans, maybe oldest is always best. We love baseball because it seizes and retains the past, like the snowy village inside a glass paperweight. — Donald Hall

Donald Hall Baseball Quotes By Donald Hall

You know how, when you fly from coast to coast on a really clear day, looking down from many miles up, you can see the little baseball diamonds everywhere? And every time I see a baseball diamond my heart goes out to it. And I think somewhere down there- I don't see any houses, I can hardly see any roads- but I know that people down there are playing the game we all love. — Donald Hall

Donald Hall Baseball Quotes By Donald Hall

I have written some poetry and two prose books about baseball, but if I had been a rich man, I probably would not have written many of the magazine essays that I have had to do. But, needing to write magazine essays to support myself, I looked to things that I cared about and wanted to write about, and certainly baseball was one of them. — Donald Hall

Donald Hall Baseball Quotes By Donald Hall

Baseball is continuous, like nothing else among American things, an endless game of repeated summers, joining the long generations of all the fathers and all the sons. — Donald Hall

Donald Hall Baseball Quotes By Donald Hall

By 1968, I had lived 10 years in Michigan. Gradually, I had come to love watching Detroit's baseball club in its small, beautiful, antiquated Tiger Stadium - a baseball park as fine as Fenway Park or Wrigley Field, though it never got the adulatory press. — Donald Hall