People must be athletes haters if they don’t know about Warren Spahn. He is one of the American professional baseball players whose full and real name is Warren Edward Spahn. He played as a left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball in 1942 and again from 1946 to 1965.
Talking about his early days, he was born and raised in Buffalo, New York, whereas; he attended South Park High School for his study.
Moreover, he made 363 victories and held the major league record for most career wins as a left-handed pitcher. Despite numerous awards and achievements, he retired in 1965, and at that time, he held the Major League Baseball record for career strikeouts by a left-handed pitcher. The following top 7 quotes by Warren Spahn are very productive like him.
“Hitting is timing. Pitching is upsetting timing.”― Warren Spahn
“You don’t just throw the ball – you propel it.”― Warren Spahn
“What is life, after all, but a challenge? And what better challenge can there be than the one between the pitcher and the hitter.”― Warren Spahn
4th of 7 Warren Spahn Quotes
“A pitcher needs two pitches, one they’re looking for and one to cross them up.”― Warren Spahn
“A sore arm is like a headache or a toothache. It can make you feel bad, but if you just forget about it and do what you have to do, it will go away. If you really like to pitch and you want to pitch, that’s what you’ll do.”― Warren Spahn
“Twenty games is the magic figure for pitchers – .300 is the magic figures for batters. It pays off in salary and reputation. And those are the two things that keep a ballplayer in business.”― Warren Spahn
“When I throw a ground ball, I expect it to be an out, maybe two.”― Warren Spahn