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Arthur Mason Lilly
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 165 lb.
 Biographical Information
Art Lilly led the Western International League with 100 runs in 1942 and 141 runs in 1947. Lilly's playing career ran from 1939-1956. Never a productive hitter in his time in the high minors, he was a dominant slugger in tiny southern low minor league circuits in the early 1950s.
Lilly also managed in Mexico in the Winter Leagues.
 Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1950||El Paso Texans||Arizona-Texas League||92-58||2nd||none||League Champs|
|1951||El Paso Texans||Southwest International League||88-56||1st||none|
|1952||El Paso Texans||Arizona-Texas League||79-61||2nd||none||none|
|1953||Águilas de Mexicali||Arizona-Texas League||77-62||2nd||St. Louis Cardinals||none|
|1954||Águilas de Mexicali||Arizona-Texas League||92-48||2nd||St. Louis Cardinals||none|
|1955||Águilas de Mexicali||Arizona-Mexico League||78-62||3rd||St. Louis Cardinals||none|
|1956||Bakersfield Boosters||California League||19-43||--||Philadelphia Phillies||--||replaced by Dick Wilson (29-49) on June 19|
|El Paso Texans||Southwestern League||38-22||2nd||none||League Champs||replaced Pat McLaughlin (47-37) on July 12|