Bobby Cox announced that he will retire after next season at age 69. Joe Torre will manage the Los Angeles Dodgers at least through 2010 at age 70. Felipe Alou and Frank Robinson each stepped down after the 2006 season when each was 71.
Casey Stengel may have managed too long with his return to baseball with the New York Mets in the early 1960s. Stengel was in his early and mid-70s during his four year tenure with the Mets.
In addition to Stengel and the others mentioned above, who have been the oldest active managers over the last half-century (since 1960)?