Lou Piniella

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Lou Piniella was known as one of the most durable outfielders in the 1970s. His major league career lasted fro 1964-1984 primarily with Kansas City and later with the New York Yankees. After retirement, Lou moved into management. He managed the New York Yankees for 3 seasons, the Cincinnati Reds for another 3 seasons, eventually leading the 1990 ... See full bio »

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Little Big League Lou Piniella
1980 American League Championship Series Self - New York Yankees Left Fielder
2006 American League Championship Series Self - Color Commentator
1976 American League Championship Series Self - New York Yankees Designated Hitter / Self - New York Yankees Pinch Hitter


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