Connie Mack – 18U

Connie Mack (1862-1956) was the Grand Old Man of baseball and one of the game’s first true celebrities., spanning the first fifty-two years of Mack’s life, through 1914, covers his experiences as player, manager, and club owner and will stand as the definitive biography of baseball’s most legendary and beloved figure. Norman L. Macht chronicles Mack’s little-known beginnings. Connie Mack, a school dropout at fourteen, created strategies for winning baseball and principles for managing men long before there were notions of defining such subjects. And he details how Mack, a key figure in the launching of the American League in 1901, won six of the league’s first fourteen pennants while serving as manager, treasurer, general manager, traveling secretary, and public relations and scouting director (all at the same time) for the Philadelphia Athletics. Connie Mack brings to life the unruly origins of baseball as a sport and a business. It also provides the first complete and accurate picture of a character who was larger than life and yet little known: the tricky, rule-bending catcher; the peppery field leader and fan favorite; the hot-tempered young manager. Illustrated with family photographs never before published, it affords unique insight into a colorful personality who helped shape baseball as we know it today.


Manager:  Coach Gregg Budgell
Coach:  Coach Gregg Budgell

Manager: Scott Wallis
Coach: Scott Wallis
Phone: 949.228.1671

Manager:  Brittin Hilyard
Coach:  John Elliott
Phone:  9493215.6693