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Ernest Sargent Barnard

Ernest Barnard served as general manager of the Cleveland Indians from 1903 to 1926. He effectively ran the team following the death of owner James Dunn in 1922, as Dunn's widow had little interest in the team. He left the Indians after they were sold to a consortium headed by Alva Bradley and became the second president of the American League, succeeding Ban Johnson, a position he held for four years.

Preceded by
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Cleveland Indians General Manager
1903-1926
Succeeded by
Billy Evans
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