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 (mə-grô′), John Joseph Known as "Little Napoleon." 1873-1934.
American baseball player (1891-1906) and manager of the New York Giants (1902-1932), which he led to 2,583 victories, including 10 pennants and 3 World Series championships (1905, 1921, and 1922).
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Noun1.McGraw - United States baseball player and manager (1873-1934)
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