Connie Mack

Connie Mack (HM1JS6)

Location: Philadelphia, PA 19148 Philadelphia County
Country: United States of America

N 39° 54.377', W 75° 10.126'

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Mr. Baseball

— 1862 - 1956 —

Connie Mack managed the Philadelphia Athletics for 50 years, 1901-1950. His teams won nine American League pennants and five World Series. Mr. Mack never wore a uniform, preferring to manage in street clothes while holding a scorecard to signal his players. This statue was unveiled near Connie Mack Stadium on April 16, 1957, moved to Veterans Stadium in 1971 and relocated here March 30, 2004, just before the opening of Citizens Bank Park.

Mr. Baseball
1862 - 1956
Connie Mack's Sportsman's Creed

I promise to play the game to the best of my ability at all times.
I will always play to win, but if I lose I will never look for excuses which would detract from my opponent's victory.
I will always abide by the rules of the game on the diamond as well as in my daily life.
I will never gloat in victory or pity myself in defeat.
I will judge a teammate as an individual and never on the basis of his race or religion.

A's Wall of Fame

From 1978 through 2004, members of the Philadelphia Athletics were honored in the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame located in the 200-level concourse at Veterans Stadium.
Alumni of the A's who were honored:
1978 · Connie Mack, Manager
1979 · Jimmie Foxx, First Baseman
1980 · Lefty Grove, Pitcher
1981 · Al Simmons, Outfielder
1982 · Mickey Cochrane, Catcher
1983 · No Award Presented
1984 · Jimmy Dykes, Third Baseman
1985 · Eddie Plank, Pitcher
1986 · Rube Waddell, Pitcher
1987 · Eddie Collins, Second Baseman
1988 · Wally Moses, Outfielder
1989 · Bob Johnson, Outfielder
1990 · Elmer Valo, Outfielder
1991 · Chief Bender, Pitcher
1992 · Jack Coombs, Pitcher
1993 · Frank Baker, Third Baseman
1994 · Bobby Shantz, Pitcher
1995 · Eddie Joost, Shortstop
1996 · Eddie Rommel, Pitcher
1997 · Ferris Fain, First Baseman
1998 · Bing Miller, Ourfielder
1999 · Sam Chapman, Outfielder
2000 · George Earnshaw, Pitcher
2001 · Gus Zernial, Outfielder
2002 · Rube Walberg, Pitcher
2003 · Rube Oldring, Outfielder
HM NumberHM1JS6
Year Placed2004
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Saturday, March 28th, 2015 at 1:04pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18S E 485574 N 4417369
Decimal Degrees39.90628333, -75.16876667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 39° 54.377', W 75° 10.126'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds39° 54' 22.62" N, 75° 10' 7.56" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)267, 215
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling South
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia PA 19148, US
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