Huggins, Miller

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Huggins, Miller (James)

(1879–1929) baseball player/manager; born in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a second baseman, he played with the Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals (1904–16). As manager of the New York Yankees from 1918 to 1929, he led Babe Ruth and the famous "murderer's row" clubs to six league pennants and three world championships in 12 years. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1964.
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Another fine collection of early signatures including rare autographs of Miller Huggins, Ruth, Gehrig and other members of the 1927 Yankees, otherwise known as 'Murderers Row.
Look at the managers of those teams, and you picture Scioscia poking a dusty cleat through the doorway of a very gaudy estate: Joe Torre, Bobby Cox, Earl Weaver, Sparky Anderson, Tony La Russa, Cito Gaston, Miller Huggins, Joe McCarthy, Casey Stengel, Ralph Houk, Frank Chance, Connie Mack, John McGraw, Billy Southworth and Walter Alston.
Look at the managers of those teams and you picture the Scioscia poking a dusty cleat through the doorway of a very gaudy club: Joe Torre, Bobby Cox, Earl Weaver, Sparky Anderson, Tony La Russa, Cito Gaston, Miller Huggins, Joe McCarthy, Casey Stengel, Ralph Houk, Frank Chance, Connie Mack, John McGraw, Billy Southworth and Walter Alston.
BOSTON - Deep within Fenway Park, in a visiting manager's office that looks like it might have been used by Miller Huggins and Connie Mack, the Dodgers' Jim Tracy was asked on Saturday about his struggling lineup, and more specifically about his struggling cleanup hitter.
He is the fifth Yankees manager to win three pennants, joining Casey Stengel (10), Joe McCarthy (eight), Miller Huggins (six) and Ralph Houk (three).