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Frank Frisch
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Baseball Player
    (September 9, 1898-March 12, 1973)
    Played second base for the New York Giants (1919-1926) and St. Louis Cardinals (1927-1937)
    Managed the St. Louis Cardinals (1933-1938), Pittsburgh Pirates (1940-1946) and Chicago Cubs (1949-1951)
    Graduated Fordham University (1919)
    NL MVP (1931)
    As manager, he alienated his players by saying that the players of his generation were superior to them.
    When he was a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame Veterans Committee, he watered down the membership of the Hall of Fame by railroading in his unqualified teammates as members.
    His nickname was ‘The Fordham Flash.'
    All but twice he struck out less than twenty times in a season.
    He was a switch-hitter.
    The St. Louis Cardinalswon the 1934 world championship with him as their player-manager.

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