On October 29, 1920 — In a move less heralded than the acquisition of Babe Ruth earlier in the year, the Yankees hire Red Sox skipper Ed Barrow to be the team’s general manager. Under the future Hall of Famer’s leadership over the next quarter-century, the Bronx Bombers will win 14 American League pennants and 10 World Series championships.

 


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