Today many MLB teams utilize numerous types of defensive alignments depending on the batter in order to gain a defensive advantage.
Which MLB manager was the first to implement an infield shift for his defense in order to gain said advantage?
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Wikipedia says that this first happened in the 1920's, but apparently became most famous when employed against Ted Williams by Eddie Dyer.
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It seems like "infield shift" would be one of those things logged as an item of interest in a sports article, but I can't find anything definitive.