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 (stĕng′gəl), Charles Dillon Known as "Casey." 1890?-1975.
American baseball player and manager, most notably of the New York Yankees (1949-1960), a team he led to ten American League pennants and seven World Series championships.
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Noun1.Stengel - United States baseball manager (1890-1975)
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