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[[Image:Al Lopez.jpg|thumb|A photo of Al Lopez.]]
 
 
'''Alfonso Ramon Lopez''' ([[August 20]] [[1908]] – [[October 30]] [[2005]]) was an American [[catcher]] and [[manager]] in [[Major League Baseball]] who established a major league record for career games as a catcher, and later became the only manager to interrupt the [[New York Yankees]]' string of [[American League]] pennants from [[1949]] to [[1964]]. With a .584 career winning percentage, he ranks 4th in major league history among managers of at least 2000 games, behind [[Joe McCarthy]] (.615), [[Frank Selee]] (.598) and [[John McGraw]] (.586). Over the course of 15 full seasons as manager, he never had a losing record.
 
'''Alfonso Ramon Lopez''' ([[August 20]] [[1908]] – [[October 30]] [[2005]]) was an American [[catcher]] and [[manager]] in [[Major League Baseball]] who established a major league record for career games as a catcher, and later became the only manager to interrupt the [[New York Yankees]]' string of [[American League]] pennants from [[1949]] to [[1964]]. With a .584 career winning percentage, he ranks 4th in major league history among managers of at least 2000 games, behind [[Joe McCarthy]] (.615), [[Frank Selee]] (.598) and [[John McGraw]] (.586). Over the course of 15 full seasons as manager, he never had a losing record.
   
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[[Category:1908 births|Lopez, Al]]
 
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