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Connie Mack


New York City, US
23 May 2024

New York City, US
23 May 2024

Connie Mack

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Connie Mack
The longest-serving manager in Major League Baseball history, he holds records for wins (3,731), losses (3,948), and games managed (7,755). Mack's victory total ... › hall-of-famers › mack-connie
Connie Mack
Mack's 65 years in baseball began as a catcher with the Washington Nationals in 1886. Throughout his playing career, he survived more on guile than raw ability. › ... › M Listing
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Connie Mack ; Positions: Catcher, First Baseman and Rightfielder ; Bats: Right ; Throws: Right ; Born: December 22, 1862 in East Brookfield, MA us. › mackco01
Connie Mack Managerial Record
Connie Mack. Position: Manager. Born: December 22, 1862 in East Brookfield, MA us. Died: February 8, 1956 in Philadelphia, PA.
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He was the longest-serving manager in Major League Baseball history and holds records for wins, losses, and games managed (7,755), with his victory total being ... › wiki › Connie_Mack_IV
Connie Mack IV
Cornelius Harvey McGillicuddy IV (born August 12, 1967), known popularly as Connie Mack IV, is an American politician and lobbyist. He is the former U.S. ... › bioproj › person › connie-mack
Connie Mack
Jan 30, 2013 — Connie Mack's Hall of Fame career spanned 65 major-league seasons as a player, manager, team executive, and owner. He posted 3,731 wins, a mark ... › mlb › player › connie-mack
Connie Mack Career Stats - MLB
Complete career MLB stats for the Pittsburgh Pirates Unspecified Position Connie Mack on ESPN. Includes games played, hits and home runs per MLB season.
The Grand Old Man of Baseball: Connie Mack in His Final ...
Macht chronicles Connie Mack's tumultuous final two decades in baseball. After Mack had built one of baseball's greatest teams, the 1929–31 Philadelphia ... › ... › Baseball
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Mar 25, 2024 — Connie Mack was an American professional baseball manager and team executive, the “grand old man” of the major leagues in the first half of ...
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Connie Mack (American baseball manager)

Cornelius McGillicuddy, better known as Connie Mack, was an American professional baseball catcher, manager, and team owner. The longest-serving manager in Major League Baseball history, he holds records for wins, losses, and games managed.
  • Born : December 22, 1862, East Brookfield, MA
  • Died : February 8, 1956 (age 93 years), Philadelphia, PA
  • Place of burial : Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, PA
  • Hall of fame induction : 1937
  • Children : Earle Mack, Roy Mack
  • Height : 6′ 1″
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