Jake Atz

Jake Atz, born Jacob Henry Atz (born July 1, 1879 — May 22, 1945), was an American second baseman who played for the Washington Senators (1902) and Chicago White Sox (1907–1909) in Major League Baseball. He also was the most successful minor league managers of the 1920s, winning all or parts of the Texas League championship in seven consecutive seasons (1919–1925) as skipper of the Fort Worth Panthers. Atz was born in Washington, D.C.

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