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Lonnie W. Keeter
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10", Weight 168 lb.
- High School David Douglas High School
 Biographical Information
Lonnie Keeter played, coached and managed in baseball during his career.
Keeter was picked by the Boston Red Sox in the 18th round of the 1968 amateur draft. He debuted professionally with the 1969 Winter Haven Red Sox, hitting .289/~.396/.363 with 17 steals in 23 tries. His .928 fielding percentage was above average for the Florida State League third basemen as he manned the position to the left of Juan Beniquez.
Keeter's production fell from that fine start, though. In 1970, he was with the Greenville Red Sox and hit .244/~.375/.349 with 20 runs in 31 games and five steals in five tries. Moving to second base with the 1971 Winston-Salem Red Sox, he batted .221/~.322/.264 in 92 games with 11 steals in 16 tries. In 1972, Lonnie played his final season, hitting .161/~.297/.215 in 28 games for Greenville.
He coached the University of Utah from 1982 to 1987.
Sources include 1970-1973 Baseball Guides
 Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1989||AZL Padres||Arizona League||23-29||4th||San Diego Padres||none|
|2000||Mudville Nine||California League||--||Milwaukee Brewers|| replaced Barry Moss on May 25 /|
replaced by Frank Kremblas on June 14