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John J. McCloskey

  • Bats Unknown, Throws Unknown

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John McCloskey managed the Louisville Colonels (1895-1896) and the St. Louis Cardinals (1906-1908) in the National League to a record of 190-417. Four of his five teams finished last.

He also spent 31 years managing in the minor leagues between 1888 and 1932. His minor league record shows 1713 wins and 1632 losses.


Preceded by
Stanley Robison
St. Louis Cardinals Manager
1906-1908
Succeeded by
Roger Bresnahan

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Playoffs Notes
1888 Austin Senators/San Antonio Missionaries Texas League 43-33 2nd none Team withdrew 8/23?
1889 Houston Mud Cats Texas League 54-44 -- Team disbanded on August 9
1890 Houston Mud Cats Texas League 23-23 4th League disbanded 6/10
Peoria Western Inter-State League in 6/10, league disbanded 8/17 Non-Signatory League
1891 Sacramento Senators California League -- -- replaced by Tom McGuirk
1892 Houston Texas League Non-Signatory League
1893 Montgomery Colts Southern League 38-57 10th none
1894 Savannah Modocs Southern League 30-26 -- Team disbanded on June 26
1895 Louisville Colonels National League 35-96 12th none
1896 Louisville Colonels National League 2-17 -- -- replaced by Bill McGunnigle on May 10
1897 Dallas Texas-Southern League Non-Signatory League
1898 Dallas Southwestern League -- Club folded on May 1 Non-Signatory League
Sherman/Dallas Southwestern League -- from May 3 to May 9 Non-Signatory League
1900 Great Falls Indians Montana State League 1st none League Champs replaced Kinsella June 6
1901 Tacoma Tigers Pacific Northwest League 57-51 2nd none
1902 Butte Miners Pacific Northwest League 73-47 1st none League Champs
1903 San Francisco Pirates Pacific National League 56-52 -- Team disbanded on August 20
Salt Lake City Elders Pacific National League 4th none replaced John J. Grim September 6
1904 Boise Fruit Pickers Pacific National League 82-49 1st none League Champs
1905 Vancouver Horse Doctors Northwestern League 45-52 3rd none
1906 St. Louis Cardinals National League 52-98 7th none
1907 St. Louis Cardinals National League 52-101 8th none
1908 St. Louis Cardinals National League 49-105 8th none
1909 Milwaukee Brewers American Association 88-79 3rd none
1910 Milwaukee Brewers American Association 76-91 6th none
1911 Butte Miners Union Association 77-60 3rd none
1912 Ogden Canners Union Association -- -- replaced by Jesse Stovall
1913 Salt Lake City Skyscrapers Union Association 75-47 2nd none
1915 El Paso Mackmen Rio Grande Association 36-22 2nd none league disbanded July 6
1919 Beaumont Oilers Texas League 55-56 -- -- replaced by Joe Mathes on August 14
1920 Memphis Chicks Southern Association 72-77 5th none
1921 Bartlesville Braves Southwestern League -- -- replaced by Al Lindsay in July
1922 Salina Millers Southwestern League -- -- replaced by Charles Olson in July
1923 Milford Sandpipers Eastern Shore League -- Team withdrew on July 14 replaced Bob Clark May 27
1924 Newton Railroaders/Blackwell Gassers/Ottawa Gassers Southwestern League 79-50 1st none League Champs
1928 Akron Tyrites Central League 67-65 4th
1929 Akron Tyrites Central League 58-76 6th
1930 Richmond Roses Central League 63-75 5th none
1932 Akron Tyrites/Canton Terriers Central League 28-60 -- Team disbanded July 21

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