Casey Stengel earned a niche in baseball's Hall of Fame by managing the Yankees to 10 pennants and seven world series triumphs from 1949 to 1960. But it was his witty and baffling syntax that made him a favorite with sportswriters and fans. Bits of ""Stengelese"" highlight a monologue set at a 1969 banquet, where the ""Ol' Perfesser"" reminisces about his career. Among his topics: his great Yankee teams, his lovably pathetic Mets, and growing old (""most people my age are dead"").
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