My 66 Years in the Big Leagues
A Founding Father of modern baseball, Connie Mack was the manager and part owner of the Philadelphia Athletics from 1901 to 1950. A dashing figure in business suit and straw skimmer, "Mr. Mack" holds the record for most wins — and losses — by a manager. Enhanced by 70 photographs, his warmhearted autobiography is populated by many legends of the game.
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Review: My 66 Years in the Big LeaguesUser Review - James - Goodreads
Connie Mack was kind of a jerk. But he did more or less own Philly for 50 years. And won 5 World Series when the Phillies were horrendous. Read full review
Review: My 66 Years in the Big LeaguesUser Review - Mike Jensen - Goodreads
Reading this book strongly gives the impression that Mr. Mack's career was rather more glorious than the statistics can bear. That is too bad, but this book is too entertaining to dismiss. Read it ... Read full review
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