Stanley Raymond “Bucky” Harris (November 8, 1896 - November 8, 1977) played and managed alongside Hall of Famers Walter Johnson and Sam Rice with the Washington Senators, guiding them to their first World Series championship in 1924 as a rookie manager gaining him the “Boy Manager” moniker. Bucky led the Senators to the American League pennant the following year, before losing to the Pittsburgh Pirates in a seven game series. Harris was an excellent second baseman for 12 seasons with the Senators (1919-1928) and the Detroit Tigers (1929, 1931) batting .274 with 1,297 hits and 722 runs scored. However, Bucky made a name for himself at the helm of the Senators club (1924-1928, 1935-1942, 1950-1954), beginning as a player/manager for his first stint with the organization, then as full-time manager upon returning twice more. Bucky Harris also managed the Tigers (1929-1933, 1955-1956), the Red Sox (1934), the Phillies (1943) and the Yankees (1947-1948) guiding them to a World Series championship in 1947. Harris retired after the 1956 season with a record of 2,159-2,219. The Veterans Committee elected Stanley Raymond “Bucky” Harris to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1975.