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April 16, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
The lowly Mariners made it rough on their old manager, Rene Lachemann
April 02, 1984 | Ivan Maisel
"They called me Wonder Boy and all that other garbage," Rene Lachemann says. "Let's see what kind of manager I am." After being fired by Seattle on June 25, Lachemann was flooded with various job offers from 17 of...
March 26, 1984 | Edited by Franz Lidz
•Frank Kush, coach of the Baltimore Colts, on why he likes to read biographies of Churchill, Mussolini and Hitler: "What intrigues me about all those guys is how they managed people."
April 12, 1982 | Bruce Anderson
The Mariners began every spring training session by dancing like loose-limbed marionettes on the outfield grass at Tempe Stadium. The frolicking was part of the aerobic exercising prescribed by Manager Rene Lachemann...
August 16, 1982 | E.M. Swift
When the Mariners have to find the missing hits, get the final outs, or track down Mr. Jell-O, they know whom to summon: Reliever Bill Caudill