Earle Mack

Earle Mack

Earle Mack, son of Philadelphia A’s owner and manager Connie Mack, spent over a decade in the minor leagues after his cup of coffee in the majors, and then returned to the A’s to manage in 1937 and 1939 when his father’s health was too poor to handle the job. (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY, COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.)

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