You couldn't get two more opposite people. Williams was a polished, patient hitter who pulled the ball to right field. He was a low key, well educated, and strict disciplinarian. Berra swung at anything and rarely walked (or struck-out for that matter), he was a rough and tough scrappy hitter with power who hit to all fields. Not known for his ettiquette or expansive vocabulary, we all have heard "Yogi-isms". He was known for playing practical jokes and reading comic books in the dugout.