Movie Quotes for Movie Quotes from A League of Their Own - MovieQuoter

Mom died…a few years ago.

I think it’s how she entertains herself, Doc.

Dirt in the skirt, Mae! Dirt in the skirt!

Ya know they got over a hundred girls here. So some of yous are going home.

It gets really good after that. Look. The delivery boy walks in…

Can I help you with something?

Girls, girls, please! Mr. Goosatelli shan’t be returning.

All right, everyone, let’s listen up now, listen up. Hey! I don’t know what that kid is doing, but get him away from the tape! Stilwell Something important has just happened. I was in the toilet reading my contract, and it turns out, I get a bonus when we get to the World Series. So, let’s play hard, let’s play smart, use your heads.

Then there’s pretty Dottie Henson, who plays like Gehrig, and looks like Garbo. Uh-uh, fellas, keep your mitts to yourself; she’s married. And there’s her kid sister Kit, who’s as single as they come. Enough concentrated oomph for a whole carload of Hollywood starlets.

Wait, just give me the telegram.

Hey, Dottie? thanks for gettin’ me into the league.

Excuse Me! Excuse Me! I have a telegram for one of you ladies from the War Department. Let’s see here…boy, I hate these, these are the worst! The least the Army could do is send someone personally, to tell you your husband is dead. Darn, I had the name right here! Well I gotta go back and get this straightened out.

One of them was, yeah.

For goodness sake, Kit, keep your voice down, your father is listening to the radio.

That was uncalled for.

Dottie, you going to come with us?

I’m Ernie Capadino. I’m a baseball scout. I saw you playing today. Not bad, not bad. You ever heard of Walter Harvey, makes Harvey bars – you know, the candy?

Yeah. We feed them to the cows when they’re constipated.

No, Hitler.

How do I look?

Go join your team.

Now, Jimmy, you have some pretty good ballplayers here. You ought to give them a little bit of your…

I could have finished.

It’s funny to you. Your drinking is funny. You’re a young man, Jimmy: you still could be playing, if you just would’ve laid off the booze.

Oh, you zip it, Doris! Rogers Hornsby was my manager, and he called me a talking pile of pigshit. And that was when my parents drove all the way down from Michigan to see me play the game. And did I cry?

  

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