TRIVIA QUESTION: When Early Wynn retired, who became the oldest Chicago White Sox player in 1964?
ANSWER TO TRIVIA QUESTION IN THE PREVIOUS COLUMN: While his managing career covered five different franchises, Casey Stengel also played for five different franchises. He broke in with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1912, moved to Pittsburgh in 1918, then went to Philadelphia to play for the Phillies in 1920. A year later he was playing for the Giants and finished as a player in 1924 and 1925 with the Boston Braves.
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