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A collection of quotes and thoughts by Jim Morris on life, true, security, fly, funny, time, family, home, childhood, chance, sayings, baseball, game, God and win.

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Quick Facts

Famous As: Baseball player

Born On: January 19, 1964

Born In: Mudlick, Kentucky, USA

Jim Morris is a celebrated American former professional baseball player who gained recognition for his brief yet illustrious ‘Major League Baseball (MLB) career. He was born in Texas but spent most of his early life travelling to different cities as his father served in navy. It was at the age of 3 that he began playing baseball. In 2000, he signed a minor league-contract with ‘Los Angeles Dodgers’, but he was released during the spring training. He as of now quite often appears as motivational speaker and has also published ‘The Oldest Rookie’, an autobiography. We have gathered famous, enlightening, motivating and thought-provoking quotes and sayings by Jim Morris which have been curated from his works, writings, thoughts, public utterances, motivational speeches, interviews and life. Read through the quotes and thoughts by Jim Morris will surely have a lasting impression.

Something I should have achieved quite easily took me a long time to get around to.

Jim Morris

When you lay your life out there, you want it to be as true as possible.

Jim Morris

I want my kids to grow up and enjoy their childhood and be carefree. I never really got a chance to be a kid.

Jim Morris

I'd like to fly. Then I wouldn't have to wait in airport security lines.

Jim Morris

I consider myself very lucky. God has a funny way of bringing some things around and knocking you in the head with the ultimate destination. Something I should have achieved quite easily took me a long time to get around to. It came in His time, not mine.

Jim Morris

From the time I was 3, I wanted to be a major-league player. To accomplish that at 35, get my name on my jersey, be in the clubhouse with major-league players, see my family for the first time in three months, be in my home state and pitch the day I got called up, was incredible.

Jim Morris