Chuck Tanner

Saturday, 12 February 2011

Chuck Tanner
Chuck Tanner, Who Managed Pirates to ’79 Title, Dies

Chuck Tanner, who spent 19 seasons as a big league manager for four teams including the Pittsburgh Pirates, whom he guided to a come-from-behind World Series victory in 1979, died Friday at his home in New Castle, Pa. He was in his early 80s.

The Pirates announced the death on their Web site. ( Read Chuck Tanner more... )

Ex-skipper Tanner dies at 82

Chuck Tanner , the relentlessly upbeat manager who led the "We Are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates in 1979 to one of the greatest comebacks in World Series history, died Friday after a long illness. He was 82. ( Read Chuck Tanner more... )

Chuck Tanner, R.I.P.

Chuck Tanner, who played in the Majors for parts of nine seasons and managed four teams over the course of nearly 20 seasons, has died. Tanner's most famous team was the 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates, forever remembered for their team song, Sister Sledge's "We Are Family" (you sort of had to be there). ( Read Chuck Tanner more... )

Rest In Peace Chuck Tanner

Chuck Tanner passed away today.

Kelsey posted this on YouTube three years ago. I feel awful for her and the Tanner family today. I’m sure many of you feel the same. ( Read Chuck Tanner more... )

Courtesy : The New York Times , The Augusta Chronicle , SB Nation & RUMBUNTER

1 komentar:

radiusdanu said...

nice, i love chuck too. Thanks for share

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