Baseball Blogs Weigh In: Manuel, Yankees, Zito, Abreu

As skipper of the Fort Worth Cats of the Central League, Bobby Bragan became the oldest person to ever manage a professional baseball game on this date in 2005. The 87-year-old, whose one day of employment only lasted until the third inning when he argued balls and strikes with the umpire, was eight days older than Connie Mack, who managed his last game for the 1950 Philadelphia A’s.  Here's this week's look around the baseball blogosphere..

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