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Ned Hanlon

Ned Hanlon About Former MLB manager who won 1,313 games in his career, which spanned from 1889 to 1907 with six different teams. Other Informations He played baseball professionally for 12 years. He made the final out of the first perfect game in major league history, pitched by Lee Richmond in 1880. He married Gitel …

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Joe McCarthy

Joe McCarthy About Hall of Fame baseball coach who won pennants in the both the AL and NL as well as seven World Series Championships. Other Informations He spent 15 years playing in the minor leagues. He led the Yankees during the Bronx Bomber era, and recorded the most coaching wins in team history. He …

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Joe Torre

Joe Torre About Baseball manager and former player who coached the New York Yankees to 4 World Series Championships. Other Informations He played on the Milwaukee Braves just like his brother. He was a 9-time All-Star during his 18-year playing career. He married and divorced twice, before marrying Alice Wolterman in 1987. He has three …

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John McGraw

John McGraw About One of baseball’s greatest coaches who led the New York Giants to 10 pennants and three World Series in 29 years. Other Informations He was a star infielder for Baltimore before rising to the post of team manager. He was nicknamed ‘Little Napoleon’ for his notorious tirades against teammates and opponents alike. …

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Wilbert Robison

Wilbert Robison About ‘Uncle Robbie’ was a Hall of Fame player and manager of the Orioles. Other Informations He was a catcher for the Baltimore Orioles during their rough and tumble years in the 1890s. In the 1917 spring training he demonstrated that he could catch a ball thrown out of an airplane – but …

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Sparky Anderson

Sparky Anderson About First manager to win the World Series in both major leagues, with the Cincinnati Reds and the Detroit Tigers.  Other Informations He was once a batboy for the USC Trojans. He was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000. Has two sons named Lee and Albert, and one daughter named …

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Jim Fregosi

Jim Fregosi About 6-time MLB All-Star who was traded in 1971 for a prospect named Nolan Ryan. He spent the bulk of his career with the Los Angeles and California Angels but also played for the New York Mets, Texas Rangers and Pittsburgh Pirates. Other Informations His father, who was a semi-professional player, coached his …

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Whitey Herzog

Whitey Herzog About Hall of Fame baseball manager who won the World Series and three pennants during his decade with the Cardinals. Other Informations He spent a solid eight seasons as a player, scoring 213 runs with a .254 average. He had a winning system called ‘Whiteyball,’ which focused on base-running speed rather than home …

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Mel Stottlemyre Jr.

Mel Stottlemyre Jr. About Baseball coach who served as the pitching coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks from 2009-2010 and was also the team’s bullpen coach. Other Informations He played baseball at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. He pitched one season in the big leagues, 1990 for the Kansas City Royals. His father is former New …

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Jack McKeon

Jack McKeon About ‘Trader Jack’ coached baseball in the major leagues for four decades. Other Informations He mostly played minor league baseball. He was a deeply devout Catholic, and credited his teams’ success to Saint Thérèse of Lisieux. He had two daughters and two sons with his wife Carol Isley. He was the second-oldest coach …

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John McLaren

John McLaren About Baseball coach who managed the Washington Nationals in 2011 and Seattle Mariners from 2007-2008, also serving as an MLB scout. Other Informations He graduated from Westbury High School in Texas in 1970. As a player, he was a catcher in the minor leagues. He was born in Galveston, Texas. He managed All-Star …

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Steve O'neill

Steve O'neill About Former MLB catcher, mostly for the Cleveland Indians who became a very successful manager after his playing career. Other Informations He broke into the majors with the Cleveland Naps in 1911. He won a World Series with the Detroit Tigers in 1945. He had four brothers who all played baseball as well. …