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1935
   World Series Champions were the   
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6 games v. Chicago Cubs
1945
   World Series Champions were the   
Detroit Tigers
7 games v. Chicago Cubs
1968
   World Series Champions were the   
Detroit Tigers
7 games v. St. Louis Cardinals. MVP: Mickey Lolich
1984
   World Series Champions were the   
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5 games v. San Diego Padres. MVP: Alan Trammell
Sparky Anderson
   was manager of   
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Only manager to win the World Series in both the American and National League
Bucky Harris
   was manager of   
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1929-1933; 1955-56; sixth on the all-time win list
Fred Hutchinson
   was manager of   
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1952-1954
Ralph Houk
   was manager of   
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1974-1978
Jimmie Dykes
   was manager of   
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1959-1960
Jim Leyland
   was manager of   
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2006-
Billy Martin
   was manager of   
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1971-1973
Hughie Jennings
   was manager of   
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1907-1920
Steve O'Neill
   was manager of   
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1943-1948
Chuck Dressen
   was manager of   
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1963-1967
Phil Garner
   was manager of   
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2000-2002
Mayo Smith
   was manager of   
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1967-1970; World Series win, 1968
Buddy Bell
   was manager of   
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1996-1998
Alan Trammell
   was manager of   
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2003-2005
Mickey Cochrane
   was manager of   
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1934-1938; four years as player/manager; World Series, 1935; Hall of Fame
Harry Heilman
   is famous for   
RF, 1914 1916-29, Detroit Tigers, Avg. 342
4 batting titles, 17-years as Tiger broadcaster after playing career
Hal Newhouser
   is famous for   
Lefty, Detroit Tigers, 1939-1954, 207 Wins
MVP, 1944-45
Ty Cobb
   is famous for   
Detroit Tigers, 1905-1928; Batting Avg .367
Possibly the game's greatest player if not the greatest competitor






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