|Birthname||Eugene William Mauch|
|born on||18 November 1925 at 19:15 (= 7:15 PM )|
|Place||Salina, Kansas, 38n50, 97w37|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||26°12' 02°46 Asc. 29°12'|
American professional baseball player and manager. He played in Major League Baseball as a second baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers (1944, 1948), Pittsburgh Pirates (1947), Chicago Cubs (1948–49), Boston Braves (1950–51), St. Louis Cardinals (1952) and the Boston Red Sox (1956–57).
Mauch was best known for managing four teams from 1960 to 1987: the Philadelphia Phillies (1960-68), Montreal Expos (1969–75, Mauch was their inaugural manager), Minnesota Twins (1976–80), and California Angels (1981–82, 1985–87). His 1,902 career victories ranked 8th in major league history when he retired, and his 3,942 total games ranked 4th. He gained a reputation for playing a distinctive "small ball" style, which emphasized defense, speed and base-to-base tactics on offense rather than power hitting. Mauch died in Rancho Mirage, California from lung cancer, August 8, 2005.
Gauquelin Book of American Charts
- Vocation : Sports : Baseball (Baseball manager)
- Vocation : Sports Business : Coach/ Manager/ Owner (Baseball manager)