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Thu, 1944-01-27

On January 27, 1944, the Boston Braves fire manager Casey Stengel, who becomes the victim of an ownership change. Five years later, the New York Yankees will hire Stengel as their manager. The “Old Professor” will guide the Yankees to five straight championships from 1949 to 1953.

 

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