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Yogi Berra documentary It Ain’t Over to Open in Theaters May 12th
Hello everyone! Lindsay Berra here, oldest grandchild of Yogi and Carmen Berra. I’m absolutely thrilled that It Ain’t Over, a documentary about the incredible life of my Grampa Yogi, will be released in theaters by Sony Pictures Classics in the Tristate area and Los Angeles starting on May 12th, with additional cities added each week throughout May and June.
Trailer link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGvXOjD6zQ8
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Many people know that Grampa Yogi was a Hall of Fame catcher for the New York Yankees who won three MVP awards and 10 World Series championships. A few might even know that he stepped up to the plate 656 times in 1950 and hit .322 with 28 home runs, 144 RBI and only 12 strikeouts; I like to mention that season because those numbers are just astonishing, in no small part because sluggers today strike out 12 times in a weekend. But, seemingly more people know Yogi Berra as the little guy with the big ears and the bigger personality that made him a perfect TV pitch-man, or for the “Yogisms” that made him one of the most quoted men in America.
When baseball fans today discuss who might be the greatest catcher of all-time, Grampa is often left off the list. When Yankee fans construct their pinstriped Mount Rushmore, Grampa’s name is rarely mentioned. And it’s not because he doesn’t belong in those conversations, because the stats prove otherwise. It’s my hope that It Ain’t Over will remind baseball fans of Grampa’s truly incredible career, while also pointing out that as good as he was as a ballplayer, he was an even better man.
It Ain’t Over shares Grampa’s story away from the ballfield. It is about a first-generation Italian immigrant from humble beginnings who served in the US Navy during the D-Day invasion, had a beautiful, 65-year love affair with my amazing Grammy Carmen, and lived a life of goodness, decency and humility that can be an inspiration to us all.
I hope you enjoy the show!
Lindsay Berra is a freelance sports journalist and serves as an executive producer of IT AIN’T OVER, the upcoming documentary film chronicling her grandfather Yogi Berra’s life and legacy. She currently creates content for Mustard, the pitching biomechanics app developed by Tom House, and contributes regularly to Men’s Health magazine. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Fast Company and The Sports Business Journal.
Previously, Lindsay was the host of the sports nutrition and training podcast Food of the Gods. From 2012 through 2018, she was a national correspondent at MLB.com and MLB Network. From 1999 through 2012, she was a senior writer at ESPN Magazine.
She received her undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she played varsity softball and men’s club ice hockey. She is a board member at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Little Falls, NJ, and is also an avid CrossFitter, yogi, cyclist, runner, hiker and golfer.
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April 27, 2023