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1943: Signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers as a free agent.
May 3, 1947: Traded with Hank Behrman, Kirby Higbe, Dixie Howell, and Cal McLish to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Al Gionfriddo and $100,000 cash.
Dec. 8, 1947: Traded by the Pirates with Billy Cox and Preacher Roe to the Brooklyn Dodgers for Dixie Walker, Hal Gregg, and Vic Lombardi.
1948-1957: Plays for Chicago (NL), Boston (NL), St. Louis (NL) and Boston (AL) as a middle infielder. Career batting average: .239 (176-737), 62 RBI.
Dec. 17, 1957: Nine-year playing career ends with release by the Red Sox.
1960: Mauch is appointed manager of the Phillies, his first of 26 seasons as a big-league manager.
1961: In his first full season as manager, the Phillies finish 47-107, 46 games back and 17 games behind seventh-place Chicago.
1962: Mauch is named NL Manager of the Year after leading the Phillies to an 81-80 record, a 34-win improvement.
1964: The Phillies, led by Dick Allen and Jim Bunning, contend much of the season, but collapse down the stretch, going 12-19 in September and finishing tied for second. Mauch is again named NL Manager of the Year. He manages the Phillies through 54 games of the 1968 season. Phillies record under Mauch: 646-684.
1969-1975: Mauch is the first manager of the expansion Montreal Expos. The team improves steadily, but never breaks .500 or finishes higher than fourth in the NL East. In 1973, the Expos stay in the race until late, and Mauch wins his third NL Manager of the Year award. Expos' record under Mauch: 420-545.
1976-1980: Mauch manages the Minnesota Twins to three winning seasons in five years. But the Twins never finish higher than third in the AL West.Twins' record under Mauch: 378-394.
1981-1987: Mauch wins two AL West titles in six seasons with a California Angels roster stocked with all-stars, but suffers two heartbreaking ALCS losses.Angels record under Mauch: 379-332.
1982 ALCS: The Angels take a 2-0 series lead on the Milwaukee Brewers and lead 3-2 in the seventh inning of the deciding fifth game before Cecil Cooper's two-run single sends the Brewers to their only World Series.
1986 ALCS: The Angels are one out away from the franchise's first World Series in Game 5 when Dave Henderson's ninth-inning homer off Donnie Moore sparks a Red Sox series comeback. The Red Sox win the series in seven games.
Aug. 8, 2005: Mauch dies at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif., after a long battle with cancer at 79.
Career managerial record: 1,901-2,037, 11th all-time for wins.