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Lawrence George Stubing

  • Bats Left, Throws Left
  • Height 6' 3", Weight 220 lb.

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Moose Stubing holds a unique baseball "honor" in that, though he was both a major league player and a major league manager, he never collected a major league hit, nor did he win a game as manager.

As of February 2008, Moose Stubing was special assistant to the General Manager of the Washington Nationals. He was one of three special assistants, with the other two being Barry Larkin and Jose Rijo. Stubing was a minor league and major league player, a minor league and major league manager, and a major league coach and scout. His major league playing career consisted of five pinch-hitting appearances for the 1967 California Angels. He went 0-for-5 with four strikeouts.

He was an Angels scout in 1971-1972 and coach from 1985 to 1990. He was the club's interim skipper in 1988, losing all eight games he managed.

Stubing played several years in the Texas League and hit 138 homers there.


Preceded by
Cookie Rojas
California Angels Manager
1988
Succeeded by
Doug Rader

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1973 El Paso Sun Kings Texas League California Angels replaced Norm Sherry
1976 Quad Cities Angels Midwest League 72-59 3rd California Angels Lost League Finals
1977 Salinas Angels California League 79-61 3rd California Angels Lost League Finals
1978 El Paso Diablos Texas League 80-55 1st California Angels League Champs
1979 El Paso Diablos Texas League 61-75 6th California Angels
1980 Salt Lake City Gulls Pacific Coast League 77-65 4th California Angels
1981 Salt Lake City Gulls Pacific Coast League 63-71 6th California Angels
1982 Spokane Indians Pacific Coast League 78-65 3rd California Angels Lost League Finals
1983 Edmonton Trappers Pacific Coast League 75-67 3rd California Angels Lost in 1st round
1984 Edmonton Trappers Pacific Coast League 69-73 7th California Angels

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