Elmer Ellsworth Cleveland
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Debut August 29, 1884
- Final Game April 23, 1891
- Born September 15, 1862 in Washington, DC USA
- Died October 8, 1913 in Zimmerman, PA USA
Elmer Cleveland played three years in the majors in three different leagues. He played well in the Union Association in 1884, and decently in the National League in 1888. Articles after his playing days noted that he had played during the presidency of Grover Cleveland, who had the same last name.
In his three years in the majors, he played exclusively third base.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1892||Johnstown Pirates||Pennsylvania State League||--||--||replaced Charles Ogle, replaced by James Farrington|