Jim Ned Pettigrew
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 175 lb.
- Debut April 23, 1914
- Final Game April 24, 1914
- Born August 25, 1881 in Honey Grove, TX USA
- Died August 20, 1952 in Duncan, OK USA
Ned Pettigrew had a long career in baseball but was only briefly in the majors. At age 32, he was in the Federal League for a couple games with the 1914 Buffalo Buffeds, whose best-known players were Hal Chase and Frank Delahanty, both a year younger than Pettigrew.
He was part of the 1921 Independence Producers who won 103 games and lost only 38. He led the team in doubles and was second on the team in home runs. He had a busy season - he served as acting manager for a while during the time when the regular manager had a broken leg, and was also suspended very briefly and then reinstated. See 1921 Producers
Pettigrew started in semi-pro ball in 1902, and was involved for many decades in baseball. He was a manager in 1923-24, and one of his pitchers was Carl Hubbell. Later in life he was a scout.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1917||Moline Plowboys||Three-I League||--||--||replaced by Bob Tarleton|
|1920||Chickasha Chicks||Western Association||--||--||replaced by Drap Hayes|
|1922||Bartlesville Grays||Southwestern League||63-72||5th|
|1923||Cushing Refiners||Oklahoma State League||65-53||1st|
|1924||Cushing Refiners||Oklahoma State League||49-27||3rd||League disbanded July 8|
|1925||Oklahoma City Indians||Western League||35-32||--||--||replaced by Fred Luderus (53-44) on June 28|
|1930||Oklahoma City Indians||Western League||3rd||none||replaced Louis Brower June 10|
|1937||Hobbs Drillers||West Texas-New Mexico League||--||--||replaced by Fincher Withers|