Frank Gibson Selee (October 26, 1859 July 5, 1909) was an American Major League Baseball manager in the National League (NL). In his sixteen-year Major League career, he managed the Boston Beaneaters (Atlanta Braves) for twelve seasons, and the Chicago Orphans (Cubs) for four. He was noted for his ability to assess and utilize talent, which gave his teams a great opportunity to be successful. His success is measurable in that he won five NL titles with the Beaneaters, including three year in a row from 1891 to 1893. After he left Boston, he went on to manage in Chicago where built the basis for the Cubs' later success by signing and utilizing the talents of Frank Chance, Joe Tinker, and Johnny Evers. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999 for his managerial achievements. Selee was born in Amherst, New Hampshire. He has been described as a 'balding little man with a modest demeanor and a formidable mustache that gave his face a melancholy cast'.
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