The Yankee great and bestselling author uses stories from his legendary career to show how to be a better team player. Yogi Berra is one of the most beloved and revered figures in all of baseball, and his humorously offbeat aphorisms such as “It ain’t over ’til it’s over” and “It’s deja vu all over again” have endeared him to generations of baseball fans and non-fans alike. Like any Hall of Famer, Yogi Berra’s on-field statistics are impressive and quantifiable. In addition, he has the intangibles that recently prompted sports historian Allen Barra to call him “the most valuable team player in sports.” Nearly all the pitchers he worked with did better with him behind the plate. Time and again, he came through for his teams when it counted most, from incredible clutch hitting to outstanding fielding and handling of pitchers. What does it take to be a real team player, especially in a society that glorifies selfishness and a corporate culture that often uses “team player” as a buzzword, but rewards only the strong who survive? Drawing on the timeless wisdom that made his audiobook When You Come to the Fork in the Road, Take It! a New York Times bestseller, Yogi uses examples from his life and career to inspire people to make the right choices and become not only better team players, but better people. With the down-to-earth wit and insight that Yogi fans love, You Can Observe a Lot by Watching will be entertaining, informative, and inspiring.