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Latest Jack Mckeon Items
The Florida Marlins had no interest in another nail-biter.
Joe Torre sat at a microphone wearing pinstripes for the first time in nearly four years, Yankees cap resting precariously high on his head as it had for 12 seasons, and blurted out the answer to a question before it was finished being asked.
Jack McKeon doesn't even know who U2 is.
The great thing about being a manager at 80 is that you don't have to worry about what people think.
Jack McKeon was home in North Carolina watching his granddaughter's softball game when the phone rang with a job offer.
Chatting with Hanley Ramirez during batting practice, Jack McKeon wrapped an arm around the struggling shortstop, whacked his arm and jabbed him several times in the stomach.
Jack McKeon, the Florida Marlins' emergency manager, is older than Don Ameche was when he made "Cocoon" — that movie about the retirees who find the Fountain of Youth in a swimming pool. He's even older than Ameche was when "Cocoon: The Return" came out.
Jack McKeon has a new job at age 80 _ interim manager of the Florida Marlins.
New Florida Marlins interim manager Jack McKeon sat listening as team president David Samson offered a spirited defense of the decision to give the job to an octogenarian.