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Baseball Legend Yogi Berra Remembered After Monumental Career

Today was a sad day in the baseball world as Yogi Berra passed away at the age of 90. Berra was an All-Star in 18 of the 19 years that he played. He won 10 World Series championships and went to 21 World Series as a player, manager or coach, probably something that will never be surpassed.

Yogi was famous for his sayings that became Yogisms. For example, "If you see a fork in the road, take it." or "You can observe a lot by watching."

He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1972, and was a three time MVP.

He was also one of the first athletes to endorse products, something that is very common now. You can't even watch any channel now with a commercial for an athlete advertising some sort of product.

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File-This Sept. 21, 1973, file photo shows Yogi Berra, manager of the New York Mets, watching his team work during a game in Philadelphia. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90. (AP Photo/Ray Stubblebine, File)
New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra, right, accepts a light from Yankees shortstop Phil Rizzuto after Berra handed out cigars to celebrate the birth of his son in the Yankees clubhouse in New York City, Sept. 25, 1951. The scheduled game against the Philadelphia Athletics was rained out. (AP PhotoJohn Lindsay)
The ball bounces off rookie Yogi Berra (35), New York Yankees outfielder, as he slides safely into home plate in the seventh inning against the Washington Senators in Washington, D.C., April 18, 1947. Pitcher Mickey Harris' throw, intended for catcher Al Evans, hit Berra. The Yankees won, 7-0. (AP Photo)
A griming Yogi Berra, center, Squat New York Yankee catcher, receives thumping congratulation from other Major Leaguers at American Baseball Academy in New York on Nov. 7, 1971 after learning that he will be named on November 8, most valuable player in the American League for 1951. Berra polled 184 votes to 157 for runner-up Ned Garver of the St. Louis Browns. From Left to right are: Sid Gordon, Boston Braves; Ed Lopat, Yankees; Berra; Gil Hodges, Brooklyn Dodgers, and Gil McDougald, Yankees. (AP Photo/John Rooney)
Manager Casey Stengel, left, has an appreciative smile for his record breaking catcher, Yogi Berra, as they celebrate the New York Yankees World Series victory in their dressing room after deciding game at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, Oct. 10, 1956. Berra's two homers, driving in four runs, got the Yankees started on their 9-0 drubbing of Dodger pitchers. (AP Photo/files)
FILE- In this Oct. 8, 1956, file photo, New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra is embraced by pitcher Don Larsen as he leaps into Larsen's arms at the end of Game 5 of baseball's World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers at New York's Yankee Stadium. Larsen pitched a perfect game. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90. (AP Photo/File)
Baseball legend Joe DiMaggio, second from right, donned his uniform again to serve as an aide in spring training, March 9, 1961 in St. Petersburg, Fla. From left are: Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, DiMaggio and manager Ralph Houk, who played on the Yankees when DiMaggio retired. (AP Photo)
File-This Sept. 2, 1962, file photo shows catcher Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees grabbing for a foul pop bunted by pitcher Tony Pena of the Kansas City Athletics in the eighth inning of the game at New York's Yankee Stadium. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90. (AP Photo/File)
File-New York Yankee catcher Yogi Berra poses at spring training in Florida, in an undated file photo. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90. (AP Photo/File)
New York Mets manager Yogi Berra, left and Boston Red Sox manager Darrell Johnson exchange pleasantries before game on March 19, 1975. They were catchers and team mates on the New York Yankees in 1957; 1958; and 1959. (AP Photo)
Yogi Berra, coach of the New York Yankees, is shown in New York in 1979. (AP Photo/Ray Howard)
Yankees manager Yogi Berra, shown in the dugout during a game against the White Sox at Chicago's Comiskey Park, was fired and replaced by Billy Martin, April 28, 1985. Berra's firing made him the 13th managerial change by George Steinbrenner in his 11 years as Yankees' principal owner. (AP Photo/Charles Bennett)
Houston Astros coach Yogi Berra looks over the field with son and new Astros shortstop Dale Berra before the game against the Atlanta Braves, Aug. 15, 1987. Dale Berra was brought up from the Astros AAA team on Saturday in Houston and the two are together again for the first time since the beginning of the 1985 season with the Yankees. (AP Photo/R.J. Carson)
Yankee legend and catcher Yogi Berra and his wife Carmen acknowledge the crowd before the New York Yankees game against the Montreal Expos during "Yogi Berra Day" at New York's Yankee Stadium Sunday, July 18, 1999.(AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
New York Yankees greats Yogi Berra, left, and Whitey Ford hug after joining up again to throw the ceremonial first pitch before game 4 of the World Series between the Yankees and the Atlanta Braves in New York, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1999 (AP Photo/Eric Draper)
Houston Astros Jeff Bagwell, right, and Craig Biggio, center, visit New York Yankees spring training coach Yogi Berra, left, prior to a game in Kissimmee, Fla., Saturday March 3, 2002. Berra was bench coach for the Astros early in the player's careers under manager Art Howe. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Former New York Yankees great Yogi Berra salutes the crowd at Yankee Stadium prior to the start of Game 1 of the ALDS between the Yankees and the Anaheim Angels Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2002 in New York. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)
Former New York Yankee great Yogi Berra ponders a question during a Q&A at the Boy Power Boy Scouts of America dinner in Syracuse, N.Y., Wednesday, April 7, 2004. (AP Photo/Kevin Rivoli)
New York Yankees hall of fame catcher Yogi Berra walks in the dugout during spring training baseball action against the Cincinnati Reds in Sarasota, Fla., Friday, March 14, 2008. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, right, talks with Yogi Berra in the New York Yankees dugout before the Yankees faced the Pittsburgh Pirates in their spring training baseball game in Tampa, Fl., Sunday, March 18, 2007. Giuliani, who was in Tampa for a fundraiser at the stadium, caught the game's first pitch, thrown by Randy Maris, son of former Yankee legend Roger Maris. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
New York Yankees Yogi Berra sits in the dugout before the Yankees play the Cleveland Indians in a spring training baseball game, Tuesday, March 25, 2008, in Winter Haven, Fla. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
File- This Sept. 21, 2008, file photo shows former New York Yankees player Yogi Berra at home plate at Yankee Stadium in New York before the Yankees play the Baltimore Orioles in the final regular season baseball game at the stadium. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90. (AP Photo/Ed Betz, File)
File-This Feb. 24, 2010, file photo shows New York Yankees special adviser Yogi Berra, left, watching shortstop Derek Jeter field a ball as the Yankees full squad worked out during baseball spring training at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Fla. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90.(AP Photo/Kathy Willens, File)
File-This March 7, 2008, file photo shows New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, left, and Yogi Berra clowning around by the batting cage before the Yankees spring training baseball game against the Houston Astros at Legends Field in Tampa. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher, has died. He was 90. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens, File)
Hall of Famer Yogi Berra waves before an induction ceremony at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., Sunday, July 26, 2009. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)
File-This July 13, 2010, file photo shows former New York Yankees great Yogi Berra remarking about the passing of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner from his museum in Montclair, N.J. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz, File)
Former New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra poses with Kay Mercer, left, wife of Bobby Mercer, and Jill Martin, right, wife of Billy Martin during Old Timers' Day ceremonies Sunday, June 26, 2011 at Yankee Stadium in New York. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)
File-This Feb. 24, 2011, file photo shows New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia,left, talking with Yogi Berra, right, during a baseball spring training workout at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Fla. Berra, the Yankees Hall of Fame catcher has died. He was 90.(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)
Baseball Hall of Famer Yogi Berra, seated center, looks on as grandson Larry Berra, right, and daughter Lindsay Berra, second right, present him with a birthday cake during his 90th birthday celebration at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center on the campus of Montclair State University Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in Montclair, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

His museum in New Jersey, not only shows his life, but also gives you a glimpse into baseball history.

Yogi was someone who reached all ages, especially with his commercials that he did for Aflac. Everyone today gave tribute to Yogi from Derek Jeter on the Players Tribune website, to Bryce Harper, to President Obama.

This tribute, done by Brady Phelps, may be one of the coolest that you will see today. It is a pancake that looks like Yogi. Check it out here.

The Yankees will wear the number 8 on their sleeve for the rest of the season. We here at Fansided send our condolences to the Berra family.

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