A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from September 27, 2015
“His limitations are limitless”

Entry in progress—B.P.
Wikipedia: Danny Ozark
Daniel Leonard Ozark, born Daniel Leonard Orzechowski (November 24, 1923 β€” May 7, 2009) was an American coach and manager in Major League Baseball. As manager of the Philadelphia Phillies (1973 through August 31, 1979), Ozark led the Phils to three consecutive National League East Division championships (1976-77-78), but each year his team fell in the National League Championship Series.
Wikipedia: Mike Anderson (outfielder) 
Michael Allen Anderson (born June 22, 1951 in Florence, South Carolina) is a former outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Philadelphia Phillies (1971–75, 1979), St. Louis Cardinals (1976–77) and Baltimore Orioles (1978).
30 December 1975, Press-Telegram (Long Beach, CA), “Hollingworth,” pg. C-5, col. 1:
Philadelphia manager Danny Ozark (on his rightfielder)—“Mike Anderson’s limitations are limitless.”
10 February 1977, Trenton (NJ) Times, “Whathesay?” by Bus Saidt, pg. D1, col. 1:
Danny Ozark’s Phillies did not quite succeed in winning the National League championship last year, but the manager clearly has no intention of surrendering his unchallenged championship as “master manager-malaproprist in baseball”.
The language-mangler, who gave you such dandies as “we’re leaving no leaf unturned” and “morality is no issue on this club” as well as “Mike Anderson’s limitations are limitless”, came up with this gem at yesterday’s Phillies’ press caravan conference.
3 June 1979, San Diego (CA) Union, “Let’s Hear It For The Local Boy” by Wayne Lockwood, pg. H-2, col. 1:
“His limitations are limitless,” Ozark once judged of a Philadelphia player.
Sports Illustrated
Originally Posted: April 10, 1989
THE MOUTHS OF BABE . . . . . . and Yogi and Diz have produced many a malaprop
OZARK ERR LINES Like Berra pere, Danny Ozark was a manager whose errors were considered less tactical than syntactical:
’‘Mike Anderson’s limitations are limitless.’’ (On his rightfielder with the Phillies.)
Google Books
1001 Stupid Sports Quotes:
Jaw-Dropping, Stupifying, and Amazing Expressions from the World’s best Athletes

By Randy Howe
Guilford, CT: Lyons Press
Pg. 32:
His limitations are limitless.
DANNY OZARK, talking about Mike Anderson
Bleacher Report
20 Great Quotes From…Baseball: Part Four
By Barney Corkhill , Senior Writer Sep 13, 2008
“His limitations are limitless” - Danny Ozark on Mike Anderson

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CitySports/Games • Sunday, September 27, 2015 • Permalink

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