Yogi Berra

1 Of The Best Catchers

Who Was Yogi Berra?

Yogi Berra was born on May 12,1925. Yogi Berra’s real name is Lawrence Peter Berra. Yogi Berra was born in St.Louis. Yogi Berra’s parents’ names are Pietro and Paulina. Yogi Berra had 5 siblings. When he was little he played Softball, Baseball, Soccer, Football, and Roller Hockey. Yogi Berra spoke English. Yogi Berra married a woman named Carmen. Yogi Berra got Yogi from a Indian movie. Yogi Berra had 3 children named Larry Jr,Dale,and Tim. Tim, Yogi Berra’s son played football for the Baltimore Colts. Yogi Berra’s other son Dale played infield of the Yankees. In 2015 on September 22 Yogi Berra died.

What Did Yogi Berra Do?

Yogi Berra played for the Yankees, But then he was traded to the mets. Then he was traded back. Yogi Berra had played in the Minor Leagues. Yogi Berra was in the Allstar Game from 1948-1962. Yogi Berra threw right handed and hit left handed. His number was 8.

In 1 season Yogi Berra was behind the plate catching for 111 games. He also managed the Yankees.Yogi Berra

Yogi Berra´s Impact On The World!

When Yogi Berra wasn’t that old he had joined the Navy. After a couple of years he quit. Yogi Berra had also tried boxing. When Yogi Berra was in the baseball for a few years, and they called him one of the best catchers. Yogi Berra wrote a book called,”My Championship Season.” Yogi Berra was awarded the American League Most Valuble Player. Yogi Berra Managed the Yankees in the World Series, but they lost, and he was fired. Yogi Berra was in 14 World Series. Yogi Berra played baseball for 20 years. When Yogi Berra retired he was put in the Hall Of Fame.

Yogi Berra Quote

Little League Baseball is very good thing because it keeps the parents off the streets!