Judge Emil Fuchs,* a paunchy and genial onetime Manhattan magistrate, is the President and owner of the Boston "Braves," one of the worst baseball teams in the National League. Last week he did two things that aroused the excitement of baseball enthusiasts.
1) He traded Rogers Hornsby, famed second baseman and manager of the Braves, to the Chicago Cubs for about $200,000 and five less famous players.
2) He announced that when the season opened next spring, he would be the manager of the Boston Braves.
The manager of a baseball team is generally a...