Baseball lost a legend on Tuesday, when Don Zimmer at the age of 83. Zimmer spent 66 years in baseball. He played 12 seasons the Majors was a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers only World Series Championship. Zimmer was mostly know as a coach and manager, as he helped guide the Yankees to 4 World Titles in 5 years as well as leading the Chicago Cubs to the NL East Division Crown back in 1989 as well as winning Manager of the Year that same season. Popeye, as he was known by, earned his first managers job as skipper of the Indianapolis Indians in 1968.
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