One of baseball's greatest coaches who led the New York Giants to 10 pennants and three World Series in 29 years.
He was a star infielder for Baltimore before rising to the post of team manager.
He was nicknamed 'Little Napoleon' for his notorious tirades against teammates and opponents alike.
His wife Blanche said the Giants' move to San Francisco would have broken his heart.
Only the great Connie Mack had more coaching wins than Mcgraw, and even he acknowledged that Mcgraw was the best manager in baseball.