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" In response Major League Baseball again banned Schott from day-to-day operations through 1998. During his World War II service he had saved a fellow soldier's life. For instance Marge Schott kept the price of the basic hot dog at a dollar and kept box seats around $12—the cheapest in baseball.
She is perhaps most well known for her controversial behavior during her tenure as owner of the Reds which included slurs towards African-Americans Jews the Japanese and homosexuals. Margaret Unnewehr Schott (August 18 1928 – March 2 2004) was the managing general partner president and CEO of the National League's Cincinnati Reds franchise from 1984 to 1999.