From BR Bullpen
Howard Lee Camp
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 9", Weight 169 lb.
- Debut September 19, 1917
- Final Game September 22, 1917
- Born July 1, 1893 in Hopeful, AL USA
- Died May 8, 1960 in Eastaboga, AL USA
 Biographical Information
Howie Camp had five games in the major leagues for the 1917 New York Yankees, hitting .286. He was a long-time minor league star, hitting .313 lifetime in the minors with 2,370 hits. In 1921, he played for the Memphis Chicks who won 104 games and hit .345 for them. He was 33 at the time.
He played with the Toledo Mud Hens in 1919.
Camp managed in the minors for two seasons. In 1928, he managed the Meridian Mets to a second place finish (71-52), playing in the Cotton States League. He stayed in the Cotton States League in 1929, but switched to the Talladega Indians who finished in fourth place with a .500 record.
 Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1928||Meridian Mets||Cotton States League||71-52||2nd|
|1929||Talladega Indians||Georgia-Alabama League||49-49||3rd|