Lubbock Hubbers

From BR Bullpen


Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Notes
1922 79-59 3rd Sled Allen
1923 57-47 2nd Sled Allen League Champs
1928 48-63 5th Bennie Brownlow / Ray "Red" Hill
1938 80-49 1st James "Hack" Miller League Champs
1939 90-48 1st Salty Parker League Champs
1940 81-59 3rd Charlie Engle Lost League Finals
1941 61-78 5th Charlie Engle
1942 30-42 6th Monty Stratton League disbanded July 5
1946 71-70 4th James "Hack" Miller Lost League Finals
1947 99-41 1st Jackie Sullivan League Champs
1948 81-59 3rd Jackie Sullivan Lost in 1st round
1949 70-70 6th Jackie Sullivan
1950 80-63 3rd Jackie Sullivan Lost in 1st round
1951 80-61 4th Don Moore (59-45) / Al Kubski (21-16) Lost in 1st round
1952 63-79 6th Isaac Palmer
1953 80-62 4th Bill Metzig Lost in 1st round
1954 58-75 7th Japhet "Red" Lynn (9-20) / Bill Metzig / Frank Benites
1955 59-81 7th Mike Curnan / Bob Scott
1956 59-81 overall -- Bill Krueger (minors) (21-27) / Jay Haney (38-54 overall) -- Team moved to Texas City July 8

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Further Reading[edit]

  • Jamie Selko: "The Best Post-Season Ever: Wild Bill Serena's 1947 Batting Feats", The Baseball Research Journal #34, SABR, December 2005, pp. 82-86.