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Corneilus McGillicuddy
"Connie Mack"
1902 American League Champions
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1903-1914
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1902-1907
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Baseball's first Concrete and steel stadium.
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1901-1914
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1906-1914
1911 World Champions
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1901-1911, 1913-1917
Stuffy McInnis
1909-1917
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1908-1914
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1906-1914, 1927-1930
1914 Chalmers Award
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1918-1932
Ty Cobb
1927-1928
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1922-1926, 1928-1934
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1926-1930
Al Simmons
1924-32, 1940-41, 1944
Mickey Cochrane
1925-1933
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1930 World Champions
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1928-1933
Lefty Grove
1925-1933
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1925-1935

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1909-1954
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1933-1942
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1935-1941, 1949-1951
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May 17, 1941
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1938-1951
Elmer Valo
1940-1954
Dick Fowler
1941-1942, 1945-1952
Ferris Fain
1947-1952
Nellie Fox
1947-1949
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MGR 1901-1950

3,731 Wins 3,948 Losses
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1950, 1952-1953
1952 Rookie of the Year
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1949-1954
1952 AL MVP
Eddie Joost
1947-1954
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1951-1954
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1954: A new for the old ballpark
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1922-1928
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1915-1930
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1920-1932
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1928-1932, 1938
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1929-1935, 1942
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1930, 1933-1936
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1935-1942, 1944-1945
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1946-1949, 1951-1952
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1948-1954
 
 
 
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1901-1908
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1902-1911
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1902-1913
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1905-1916, 1918
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1908-17, 1919-20, 1924
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1923-1933
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1924-1933
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1929-1935
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