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Nicknamed "the Old Professor," the career of baseball’s Casey Stengel spanned more than fifty years. Find out how a man trained as a dentist became a legendary manager — setting records for consecutive first-place finishes (5), the most World Series games managed (63), and the most World Series wins (37).
- Steven Goldman Contributing editor "Baseball Prospectus"; and author of "Forging Genius: The Making of Casey Stengel" (Potomac Press)
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