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Tony La Russa Passes John McGraw for 2nd-Most Wins by Manager in MLB History

Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa moved to second place on the all-time wins list among managers following Sunday's 3-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers, passing John McGraw. La Russa now sits at 2,764 wins, trailing record-holder Connie Mack by an incredible 967 victories:. Chicago White Sox @whitesox. With...

Tony La Russa gets 2,764th win, passes John McGraw for 2nd place

CHICAGO (AP) — Tony La Russa moved past John McGraw into sole possession of second on baseball’s career manager wins list, directing the Chicago White Sox to a 3-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday. It was win No. 2,764 for La Russa, who was hired by Chicago in...

Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa passes John McGraw with his 2,764th victory — 2nd in MLB history: ‘Real emotional for me ... started here and it’s ended up here’

Tony La Russa received hugs in the dugout after Liam Hendriks struck out Nomar Mazara for the final out Sunday. The hugs and handshakes continued from the players on the field before the Chicago White Sox manager waved to the crowd as he made his way back to the dugout. La Russa earned career victory No. 2,764, the second-most for a manager in major-league history, as the Sox beat the Detroit ...

John McGraw

John Russell McGraw, 73, of Arab died Wednesday, May 19, 2021, at his residence. Mr. McGraw was born Dec. 7, 1947, in Florida to Russell O. McGraw and Lillian Elizabeth McCowan McGraw. He lived in the Strawberry community and was a member of Joppa Church of God. He enjoyed fishing,...