Item No: pixc00242
Title: From Grandstand and Bleachers!
Additional Title: From Grandstand and Bleachers!
Print and Picture Collection
Created for Evening Public Ledger, date unknown.
"In his unprecedented 53 years as a manager, Mack won 3,731 games – a feat that is unlikely to ever be matched. He received the Bok Award for his service to Philadelphia in 1929, which was a recognition typically saved for artists and business professionals."
- "Connie Mack." The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. http://baseballhall.org/hof/mack-connie.
"Although synonymous with baseball, Mack became a legend not as a player, but as a manager and owner. Mack earned the Philadelphia Award for 1929 because of the strict code of ethics that he demanded of his players."
- "1929 - Cornelius McGillicuddy [Connie Mack]." The Philadelphia Award: Recipients. Web. 13 Oct. 2015. <http://www.philadelphiaaward.org/public_html/recipients.aspx.