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Rogers Hornsby, one of baseball's all-time greats, is a hard man to live and work with. A Hall of Fame player, big, easy-moving Second Baseman Hornsby piled up a lifetime batting average for 23 seasons of .358, topped only by Ty Cobb's .367. But as a manager, Hornsby has achieved less continuity. He was fired as manager of the Cardinals in 1926 after bringing St. Louis its first pennant (and world championship) in 50 years. He was fired as Chicago Cubs manager in 1932 by Bill Veeck Sr. He was fired again in 1937 as manager of the St. Louis Browns....

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