Miller Huggins
FameRank: 4

"As Player"

* Cincinnati Reds (1904–1909)

* St. Louis Cardinals (1910–1916)

"As Manager"

* St. Louis Cardinals (1913–1917)

* New York Yankees (1918–1929)


*3× World Series champion (1923 World Series/1923, 1927 World Series/1927, 1928 World Series/1928)

*6× American League List of American League pennant winners/pennant (1921, 1922, 1923, 1926, 1927, 1928)

/hofdate=Baseball Hall of Fame balloting, 1964/1964

/hofmethod=Veterans Committee


"Miller James Huggins" (March 27, 1879 – September 25, 1929) was an American professional baseball player and manager (baseball)/manager. Huggins played second baseman/second base for the Cincinnati Reds (1904–1909) and St. Louis Cardinals (1910–1916). He managed the Cardinals (1913–1917) and New York Yankees (1918–1929), including the Murderers' Row teams of the 1920s that won six American League (AL) pennants and three World Series championships.

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A manager has his cards dealt to him and he must play them.

Any ballplayers that played for me on either the Cardinals or the Yankees could come to me if he were in need and I would give him a helping hand. I made only two exceptions, Carl Mays and Joe Bush. If they were in a gutter, I'd kick them.