Lou Boudreau

  • Managing a Young Team

    It takes nerve to dismantle a ball team of famous stars and rebuild it with youngsters. That has been the 1953 program of Lou BOUDREAU, manager of the Boston Red Sox, and midseason results seem to justify it. The youngest manager in major league history, Boudreau was the hard-hitting shortstop who took charge of the Cleveland Indians at age twenty-four after only two years in the majors. Now a veteran of thirty-six, he is looking to a pennant in 1955. if all goes well and the Yankees are willing.