On June 20, Jack McKeon, who first managed in the major leagues with the Kansas City Royals in 1973, is back at the helm at age 80, taking over the Florida Marlins after the resignation of Edwin Rodriguez. This makes him the second-oldest manager in major league history, after Connie Mack. “I’ll probably manage until I’m 95,” quips McKeon. His first move is to bench star SS Hanley Ramirez, who has infuriated previous managers with his sometimes lackadaisical play, because “(I) didn’t like the way he was running yesterday.” In the game, the Marlins lose to the Angels, 2 – 1, as Jered Weaver improves to 9-4 and lowers his ERA to 2.01; Torii Hunter drives in both Angel runs. It’s the Marlins’ 11th consecutive loss – a franchise record – and 19th in their last 20 games.