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Baseball manager/executive; born Cornelius Alexander McGilicuddy in East Brookfield, Mass. He managed more games (7,878), won more games as manager (3,776), and lost more games (4,025) than any manager in the history of baseball. He managed the Pittsburgh Pirates (1894--96) and the Philadelphia Athletics for an incredible 50 years (1901--50), during which time he was also a part or full owner of the club. His Athletics won nine pennants and five World Series. He was one of only a few managers ever to manage from the dugout in civilian clothes. One of the most respected figures in the history of the game, he was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1937. Dark blue fountain pen signature on a magazine picture of the hall of fame. Matted to 11x14. Mint!
Connie Mack Autographed 8 x10 Photo, Matted
Connie Mack Autographed 8 x10" Photo, Matted
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Minimum Bid: $200
Price Realized (Includes Buyers Premium): $307
Number of Bids: 0
Auction closed on: 5/18/2001