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Bucky Harris

American baseball player, manager

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Born 8 November 1896 in Orange County
Died 8 November 1977 in Bethesda
Age 81 years

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship United States of America
Occupation baseball player
Height 1.75m (5'9")
Weight 71kg (156.5lbs)
Member of sports team Detroit Tigers

About Bucky Harris

Bucky Harris was a legendary figure in American baseball, known for his skill as both a player and a manager. Born on November 8, 1896, in Port Jervis, New York, Harris began his career as a player with the Washington Senators in 1919. He quickly established himself as a talented infielder, earning a reputation for his strong arm and quick reflexes.

Over the course of his playing career, Harris played for several teams, including the Detroit Tigers and the New York Yankees. He was a key player on the Yankees' 1926 championship team, and he also played a crucial role in the Senators' 1924 World Series victory.

After retiring as a player in 1931, Harris turned his attention to managing. He quickly proved himself to be a skilled and innovative manager, leading the Senators to another World Series victory in 1933. He went on to manage several other teams, including the Detroit Tigers and the Philadelphia Phillies.

Throughout his career, Harris was known for his ability to motivate and inspire his players. He was also known for his strategic acumen, and he was widely regarded as one of the best managers of his era.

Harris retired from baseball in 1956, but his legacy lives on. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1975, and he remains a beloved figure among baseball fans to this day.


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