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Philadelphia A's

All Time Manager

Connie Mack

Connie Mack

A journeyman catcher before managing the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1894-96, Mack took over the ownership of the floundering Philadelphia Athletics in 1901, adopting the white elephant for the logo when John McGraw called his team a "white elephant that nobody wanted." No one ever managed more games, as Mack managed for 53 years (the final 50 with the A's before retiring in 1950). He won he won nine pennants, appeared in eight World Series, winning five of them during his legendary career. He built two teams considered true dynasties: the 1910-14 Athletics and the 1929-31 Athletics. He was inducted intothe Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937.

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Manager Connie Mack
First Baseman Jimmy Foxx
Second Baseman Eddie Collins
Third Baseman Frank Baker
Shortstop Miguel Tejada
Left Fielder Rickey Henderson
Center Fielder Al Simmons
Right Fielder Reggie Jackson
Catcher Mickey Cochrane
RH Pitcher Catfish Hunter
LH Pitcher Lefty Grove
Closer Dennis Eckersley
Designated Hitter Mark McGwire

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