Max Macon antics

Lester Koelling: The Bullpen: Hits Can End Tribe Slump". The Indianapolis News. Tuesday, June 19, 1956. Page 17.

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Max Macon antics - That game also was the grounds for a protest...
That game also was the grounds for a protest which Manaeer Kerby tarrea Iilea with league headquarters last night, based on the reappearance reappearance of Manager Max Macon on the field after being banished earlier in a ruckus with umpires. umpires. The Macon banishment likewise was a travesty as the Paul manaeer was nermitted to rant, rave and demonstrate for more than 10 minutes before he consented to leave the field. The Macon incident, along with the uncontrolled stalling of St. Paul players, killed enough time for the arrival of the rain. As a result the score reverted back to the sixth inning. Manager Farrell's protest was lodged in the third inning when Macon, who was supposed to be in the clubhouse by virtue of his banishment, ran onto the field when Johnny Bucha, St. Paul catcher, slugged Larry Raines in the jaw.

Clipped from The Indianapolis News19 Jun 1956, TuePage 17

The Indianapolis News (Indianapolis, Indiana)19 Jun 1956, TuePage 17
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  • Max Macon antics — Lester Koelling: The Bullpen: Hits Can End Tribe Slump". The Indianapolis News. Tuesday, June 19, 1956. Page 17.

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