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Frederick E. Dorman

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 9½", Weight 155 lb.

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Infielder Frederick "Dutch" Dorman played in the minors from 1922 to 1947, hitting .291 with 443 2B and 300 SB in 2540 games. He led the Piedmont League with 107 runs in 1923 and the Northern League with 124 runs and 32 2B in 1937. Not a power hitter, he hit zero home runs in a season 19 times and hit a career high of five. He doubled as many as 32 times in a season. In seasons in which he played at least 75 games, Dorman hit .300 or better nine times. He was also a minor league manager from 1936 to 1955.

Dorman was a part-time scout for the Philadelphia Phillies until 1985, when he became an associate scout for the Atlanta Braves.

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1936 York White Roses New York-Penn League -- none replaced by Walter Smallwood
Johnstown Johnnies Middle Atlantic League 7th none replaced Wilbur Good
1937 Duluth Dukes Northern League 81-39 1st St. Louis Cardinals League Champs
1938 Duluth Dukes Northern League 72-44 2nd St. Louis Cardinals League Champs
1939 Duluth Dukes Northern League 71-46 2nd St. Louis Cardinals Lost in 1st round
1940 Sunbury Indians Interstate League 58-64 6th none
Cooleemee Cards North Carolina State League 8th St. Louis Cardinals replaced Boyce Morrow
1941 Hagerstown Owls Interstate League 75-48 2nd Detroit Tigers Lost in 1st round
1942 Hagerstown Owls Interstate League 80-57 1st Detroit Tigers Lost League Finals
1943 Wilmington Blue Rocks Interstate League 77-61 3rd Philadelphia A's Lost in 1st round
1944 Wilmington Blue Rocks Interstate League -- Philadelphia Phillies replaced by Ray Brubaker
1945 Hagerstown Owls Interstate League 5th Chicago Cubs replaced Michael Balla
1946 Hartford Bees Eastern League 71-67 4th Boston Bees Lost League Finals
1947 Hartford Chiefs Eastern League 58-82 6th Boston Braves
1949 Pawtucket Slaters New England League -- Boston Braves replaced James "Rip" Collins
replaced by Earl Browne
1950 Hagerstown Braves Interstate League 75-60 2nd Boston Braves Lost League Finals
1951 Hagerstown Braves Interstate League 94-46 1st Boston Braves Lost in 1st round
1952 Hagerstown Braves Interstate League 85-48 1st Boston Braves League Champs
1953 Hagerstown Braves Interstate League -- Milwaukee Braves -- replaced by Jimmy Zinn Jr. June 22
1954 Allentown Cardinals Eastern League -- St. Louis Cardinals replaced by Harold Olt July 10
1955 Waterloo White Hawks Three-I League -- Chicago White Sox -- replaced by Johnny Mostil June 20
Sunbury Red Legs Piedmont League 7th Cincinnati Reds replaced Virgil Stallcup July 25
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