|Birth Day||August 7, 1886|
|Age||133 YEARS OLD|
Hall of Fame baseball manager who won World Series titles with two different teams.
He was a utility player who played on seven different teams.
He coached his teams to four National League pennants and two World Series championships.
His son ran the Cincinnati Reds farm program and his grandson was a Syracuse radio station sportscaster.
Only John McGraw had more coaching victories than McKechnie at the time he retired.