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THEY SAID IT
May 01, 1967
?Joe DiMaggio, asked why he was at Golden Gate racetrack the day the San Francisco Giants opened at home: "Oh, I just don't give a rap for baseball anymore. It's just too dull."
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May 01, 1967

They Said It

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? Joe DiMaggio, asked why he was at Golden Gate racetrack the day the San Francisco Giants opened at home: "Oh, I just don't give a rap for baseball anymore. It's just too dull."

?Mitzi Miron, sister of Bob Miron, former Syracuse University coxswain, after being coxswain for a day: "Following in your father's footsteps might be a difficult chore, but filling your brother's seat certainly proved to be a lot easier."

?Hugh Finnerty, Texas League president, addressing the Dallas- Fort Worth Spurs, who finished last in 1966: "You started last and slowly sank. But it was a team effort. No one man did it."

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