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Bill McKechnie

Bill McKechnie

Well, it got worse in 1931. Rather than finish sixth like they had in 1930, the Boston Braves finished seventh.

Bill McKechnie continued as the manager. They had a record of 64-90 and were 37 games behind the leader.

They had played pretty good until August and September. Hard to overcome a 17-43 slide in those two months.

They were in for a long haul with McKechnie at the helm. It would never get too much better.