Whitey Herzog

Whitey Herzog played professional baseball for ten years, scouted and coached for ten more, then managed in the major leagues for fifteen seasons. Commandeering a go-for-broke style so distinctly energizing that writers dubbed it "Whiteyball," he led his teams to six division titles, three National League pennants, and one World Championship (which should have been two). He lives in St. Louis with Mary Lou, his wife of forty-five years.