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Yogi Berra, Yankees Icon and MLB Hall of Famer, Dies at 90

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Yogi Berra, the beloved baseball player who became known as much for mind-bending aphorisms like "It ain't over till it's over" as for his Hall of Fame career as a catcher, has died. He was 90. Berra, a fixture of 10 New York Yankees world championship teams who won three MVP awards and later managed pennant-winners for the Mets and Yankees, died late Tuesday. Berra managed the Yankees in 1964, then crossed town to play one season for the Mets before retiring as a player. He managed the Mets for four seasons in the 1970s and the Yankees again in 1984 and 1985.
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Sheila Samples is an Oklahoma writer and a former civilian US Army Public Information Officer. She is a Managing Editor for OpEd News, and a regular contributor for a variety of Internet sites.

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