Houk dies at 90; managed 2 champions
BOSTON -- Ralph Houk, who guided the powerhouse New York Yankees of the early 1960s to two World Series championships during his 20 years as a big league manager, died Wednesday. He was 90.
Houk also skippered the Detroit Tigers and the Boston Red Sox in a managerial career that spanned three decades.
Red Sox spokesman Dick Bresciani said Houk's grandson, Scott Slaboden, told the team Houk died at his home in Winter Haven, Fla. Slaboden, who lives in the Boston area, wrote in ...
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