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Grover Allen Hartley
(Slick)

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 11", Weight 175 lb.

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[edit] Biographical Information

Catcher Grover Hartley was a Cleveland Indians coach from 1928 to 1930, also making a handful of appearances behind the plate for the club during that time. He spent 1931 to 1933 on the Pittsburgh Pirates staff and 1934 to 1936 with the St. Louis Browns, with whom he played in his final big league game in 1934. He later was a member of the 1946 New York Giants coaching staff.

Hartley's short stint with the Browns in 1934 earned him the honor of being the last Federal League player to be active in the Major Leagues.

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1919 Columbus Senators American Association 70-84 6th none
1937 Findlay Browns Ohio State League 43-47 4th St. Louis Browns Lost League Finals
1938 Findlay Browns Ohio State League 44-54 3rd St. Louis Browns
1939 Findlay Oilers Ohio State League 68-62 1st none Lost League Finals
1940 Findlay Oilers Ohio State League -- none -- replaced by George Ruley
1941 Findlay Browns Ohio State League 37-65 6th none none
1942 Logan Indians Mountain State League -- none -- replaced by Charles Hoffman
1944 Marion Diggers Ohio State League 50-80 6th Chicago Cubs
1945 Marion Cardinals Ohio State League -- St. Louis Cardinals -- replaced by Wally Schang
1947 Daytona Beach Islanders Florida State League -- none -- replaced by Max Samuels
1949 Lima Chiefs Ohio-Indiana League -- none -- replaced by George Kinnamon on August 21

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