After calling off the 1994 World Series because of a work stoppage, and failing to reach an agreement over the winter, MLB owners were determined not to lose another season of profits—even if they had to bring in the strikebreakers. A handful of managers, and even one owner, spoke out against the use of replacement…
Anderson died this morning shortly after being placed in hospice care. He managed three World Series champions, and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2000. [AP]
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