Philip Mason Garner was born April 30, 1949.

Nicknamed "Scrap Iron," Garner batted .260 during 16 MLB seasons. He won the 1979 World Series with the Pittsburgh Pirates, batting .500 along the way.

The infielder finished his career with 109 home runs and three All-Star Game appearances.

After his career ended, Garner became the manager for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1992. He managed for 16 years, leading the Houston Astros to the World Series in 2005.

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