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Unlike The Mighty Casey, she belts a game-winning homer.
Like mighty Casey at the bat -- in the legendary lore of the famous American folk poem -- mighty Casey has struck out.
Rebecca: They used to call me "Mighty Casey." (to the children playing ball): Do you know the poem "Casey at the Bat"?
Instead of being happy with singles and doubles, it is going to have to swing for the fences, and going to have to do it Mighty Casey style, with everyone watching.
Mighty Casey struck out, but that Bucky Jacobsen precursor no doubt jacked a few out of the yard, too.
For that matter, Stockton has staked claim to none other than the Mighty Casey himself; the city is in a dispute with Holliston, Massachusetts, over which town is the real-life Mudville that inspired the famed Ernest L.
For Casey, mighty Casey, was advancing to the Court.
And while predicting that Arizona will be one game back in the NL West race may be cause for playoff celebrations in San Francisco and "no joy in Mudville" in Phoenix, even mighty Casey would agree that the predicted results are remarkably true to life.
His Yes, Virginia, Another Piano Ballet graces several repertoires, as does Lisa de Ribere's The Mighty Casey. Lynne Taylor-Corbett, with thirteen, is sought after for her soundly structured works.
The premiere performance of The Mighty Casey, a one-act opera by William Schuman based on Ernest Lawrence Thayer's poem "Casey at the Bat," was given by the Julius Hartt Opera Guild in Hartford, Conn.
Then from the gladdened multitude went up a joyous yell-- It rumbled in the mountaintops, it rattled in the dell; It struck up the hillside and rebounded on the flat; For Casey, mighty Casey, was advancing to the bat.
It doesn't always; sometimes Mighty Casey strikes out.