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Dick Howser
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Baseball Player
    He was associated with the Yankees during the 'Bronx Zoo' era.
    He was fired by the Yankees, after he refused to follow George Steinbrenner's orders to fire his third base coach, Mike Ferraro.
    He led the American League in errors among shortstops in his rookie season.
    His first managerial stint with the Yankees lasted one game.
    His tenure in Kansas City was nearly derailed after it was revealed his players were abusing drugs in the clubhouse.
    He spent ten seasons with the Yankees, earning two World Series rings (1977, 1978).
    He was one of few people who actually had the balls to stand up to George Steinbrenner.
    He guided the Royals to a surprising division title, after many baseball pundits projected the team would enter a rebuilding phase, following the trades of many players involved in the clubhouse drug scandal (1984).
    He guided the Royals to the franchise's first World Series title (1985).
    He was forced to resign after the All-Star game, after it was revealed he had a brain tumor.
    His #10 was the first number retired by the Royals franchise.

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