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Fred James Hatfield

  • Bats Left, Throws Right
  • Height 6' 1", Weight 171 lb.

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[edit] Biographical Information

Fred Hatfield was a third baseman who played nine years in the majors. He didn't hit much, but he knew how to draw a walk, and he could field his position. While in the minors, Hatfield missed the 1943-1945 seasons due to military service.

After retiring as a player, Hatfield managed in the minors from 1960 to 1963, then spent five years as head coach at Florida State University (1964-1968). He was a minor league instructor for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1968 to 1971, and then managed in the minors again (1970 and 1972-1976) and was later a Detroit Tigers coach in 1977 and [[1978] Tigers|1978].

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1960 Little Rock Travelers Southern Association 82-69 3rd none none
1961 Little Rock Travelers Southern Association 80-73 3rd Baltimore Orioles none
1962 Modesto Colts California League 75-65 2nd Houston Colt 45s
1963 Jamestown Tigers New York-Penn League Detroit Tigers replaced Max Macon on June 26
1970 Lewiston Broncs Northwest League 43-37 2nd St. Louis Cardinals none
1972 Montgomery Rebels Southern League 78-61 3rd Detroit Tigers League Champs
1973 Montgomery Rebels Southern League 80-58 1st Detroit Tigers League Champs
1974 Evansville Triplets American Association 68-67 4th Detroit Tigers
1975 Evansville Triplets American Association 77-59 2nd Detroit Tigers League Champs
1976 Evansville Triplets American Association 55-81 8th Detroit Tigers
1979 Lakeland Tigers Florida State League 50-87 10th Detroit Tigers
1980 Richmond Braves International League 69-71 4th Atlanta Braves Lost in 1st round
1981 San Jose Missions California League 53-87 8th Co-op
1985 Asheville Tourists South Atlantic League 76-62 4th Houston Astros
1986 Miami Marlins Florida State League none replaced by Max Oliveras on May 3

Hatfield also managed the 1969 Florida Instructional League team for the St. Louis Cardinals.

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