Joe Schultz (schuljo03)
Joseph Charles Schultz Sr. (Germany)
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11½", Weight 172 lb.
- Debut September 28, 1912
- Final Game October 4, 1925
- Born July 24, 1893 in Pittsburgh, PA USA
- Died April 13, 1941 in Columbia, SC USA
During an eleven year major league career, Joe Schultz played for seven of the eight National League clubs. Following his playing days, he managed in the minors and was a scout. He became the Pittsburgh Pirates farm director in 1939.
Schultz died at the age of 47 after he was stricken with ptomaine poisoning while on a scouting trip for the Pirates. He was the father of major league player and manager Joe Schultz.
Year-by-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1927||Topeka Jayhawks||Western Association||74-58||2nd||St. Louis Cardinals|
|1928||Danville Veterans||Illinois-Iowa-Indiana League||69-57||3rd||St. Louis Cardinals|
|1929||Danville Veterans||Illinois-Iowa-Indiana League||46-91||8th||St. Louis Cardinals|
|1930||Houston Buffaloes||Texas League||89-65||2nd||St. Louis Cardinals|
|1931||Houston Buffaloes||Texas League||108-51||1st||St. Louis Cardinals||League Champs|
|1932||Houston Buffaloes||Texas League||88-66||2nd||St. Louis Cardinals|
|1933||Springfield (MO) Cardinals||Western League||73-50||3rd||St. Louis Cardinals|