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    You have to bear in mind that Mr. Autry's favorite horse was named Champion. He ain't ever had one called Runner Up.
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: mind 
     
    The worst thing is the day you realize you want to win more than the players do.
    — Gene Mauch
    Losing streaks are funny. If you lose at the beginning, you got off to a bad start. If you lose in the middle of the season, you're in a slump. If you lose at the end, you're choking
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: funny  bad 
     
    Most one-run games are lost, not won.
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: lost  games 
     
    The first guy who lays a finger on this blind old man is fined fifty bucks!
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: men 
     
    Play him, fine him, and play him again.
    — Gene Mauch
    There should be a new way to record standings in this league; one column for wins, one for losses and one for gifts.
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: loss  gift 
     
    I want everybody to feel he has a chance to get into a game when he comes to the ballpark. I play guys when I want to so they'll be ready when I have to. I don't consider myself a motivator of players. I think it's an insult to a ballplayer to have to be motivated.
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: chance  games  insult 
     
    He (Gaylord Perry) should be in the Hall of Fame with a tube of KY jelly attached to his plaque.
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: fame 
     
    I have an amazing ability to forget.
    — Gene Mauch
    He (Don Drysdale) talks very well for a guy who's had two fingers in his mouth all his life.
    — Gene Mauch
    He (Sandy Koufax) throws a 'radio ball,' a pitch you hear, but you don't see.
    — Gene Mauch
    I'm not the manager because I'm always right, but I'm always right because I'm the manager.
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: right 
     
    You can't lead anyone else further than you have gone yourself.
    — Gene Mauch
    tags: gone 
     
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    gene mauch
    Birth    : November 18, 1925
    Death  : August 8, 2005
    Occupation  : Baseball player

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