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  1. Connie Mack

    Connie Mack

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  2. Too bad there isn't video of this

    David Schoenfield

    From a newspaper report of April 5, 1948: Connie Mack, 85-year-old boss of the Philadelphia Athletics, and 78-year-old Clark Griffith of the Washington Senators, finished their heralded foot race in a dead heat at Orlando, Fla., yesterday. Both d...

    Blog | May 16, 2013
  3. Sportswriters in Panini's Cooperstown set

    Chris Olds

    Cooperstown is coming to baseball cards, and it's not just baseball players that Panini America will be including. When Panini's 2012 Cooperstown set arrives in late August, it will include the Nolan Ryans and Ty Cobbs that one would expect -- but...

    Blog | July 05, 2012
  4. Wesley Morris on the terrible fashion of baseball managers

    Wesley Morris

    Yeah, the managers. Whatever happened to Connie Mack?

    Story | Conversation | November 09, 2011
  5. Florida Marlins skipper Jack McKeon says he's retiring at end of ...

    Hours after Florida Marlins manager Jack McKeon said he'll retire at the end of the season, Ozzie Guillen said he was leaving the Chicago White Sox.

    Story | Conversation | September 26, 2011
  6. Series preview: Mets at Marlins

    Adam Rubin

    Rob Grabowski/US Presswire Jack McKeon is the second-oldest manager in major league history at age 80, trailing only Connie Mack. METS (47-47, third place/NL East) vs. FLORIDA MARLINS (46-49, fifth place/NL East) Monday: LHP Chris Capuano (8-8, ...

    Blog | July 18, 2011
  7. Jack McKeon, 80, returns as Florida Marlins manager, so Page 2 sa...

    Thomas Neumann

    Jack McKeon, 80, returned to manage the Florida Marlins on Monday night. Even though the fighting fish lost at home to the Angels, McKeon became the second-oldest manager in major league history. Only Connie Mack, who managed the entire 1950 season ...

    Blog | Conversation | June 21, 2011
  8. St. Louis Cardinals' Tony La Russa manages 5,000th game

    Tony La Russa said reaching 5,000 games as a manager is something that's a credit to everyone he's worked with in three different organizations.

    Story | Conversation | June 10, 2011
  9. The worst pitching duel ever?

    Geoff Young

    Not long ago, I wrote a series of articles about the greatest pitchers duels in history. It was fun to research and celebrate such achievements, but it raised the question ... what about the worst pitchers duels? One contender occurred on May 17, ...

    Blog | February 15, 2011
  10. Remembering Sparky Anderson, a great manager (and actor)

    Jim Caple

    The world of sport lost one of its greats when Sparky Anderson passed away Thursday morning. So did the world of acting. When Sparky retired, he had won more games as a manager than all but John McGraw and Connie Mack. He won the World Series in the...

    Blog | Conversation | November 04, 2010
  11. Remembering Sparky Anderson, a great manager (and actor)

    Jim Caple

    Remembering Sparky Anderson's finest acting moment

    Story | Conversation | November 04, 2010
  12. What 2 Watch 4: Rays vs Yankees and Braves vs Phillies

    Getty Images/Getty Images Tampa Bay Rays (89-60) at New York Yankees (91-59) 7:05 PM ET -- Yankee Stadium, New York, NY Starting Pitchers Tampa Bay: James Shields (13-12, 4.86 ERA) New York: Phil Hughes (16-8, 4.31 ERA) The Yankees try to...

    Blog | September 21, 2010
  13. Bobby Cox and the Atlanta Braves are a lesson in the value of loy...

    Roy S. Johnson

    Manager of the Year? He's already won four of those, and it isn't enough. As Bobby Cox starts the second half of his last season as the skipper of the first-place Braves, he deserves more.

    Story | Conversation | July 15, 2010
  14. Don Nelson - Most NBA Career Wins

    Golden State head coach Don Nelson set the NBA career record for victories, surpassing Lenny Wilkens. The Warriors win over the Timberwolves Wednesday night gives Nelson 1,333 career wins. As the Warriors closed the game out Ronny Turiaf poured a cu...

    Blog | April 07, 2010
  15. Who belongs on managerial Mt. Rushmore?

    Rob Neyer

    Prompted by a quote from Mike Scioscia about Bobby Cox belonging on a "Mt. Rushmore of managers," Big League Stew wonders who would appear on such a monument ... If you go by the list of all-time wins, Cox would be included with 1,930 victories and...

    Blog | February 19, 2010
  16. Former major league manager Bobby "Mr. Baseball" Bragan dies

    Richard Durrett

    Bobby Bragan, a former major league manager dubbed "Mr. Baseball" for his decades of dedication to the game, has died.

    Story | Conversation | January 22, 2010
  17. This Day in Sports - AL Adopts DH Rule, NL Would Rather Adopt a P...

    Ron Blomberg would go on to become the first DH later that year, paving the way for Big Papis of the future. January 11, 1973 - Commissioner Bowie Kuhn presided over a baseball summit between the American and National leagues allowing the AL to put ...

    Blog | January 11, 2010