William Henry Alexander
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Weight 163 lb.
- Debut June 7, 1884
- Final Game September 3, 1884
- Born November 24, 1858 in Pana, IL USA
- Died December 22, 1933 in Pana, IL USA
Nin Alexander played in the majors in 1884. He also played and managed in the minors.
The Sporting Life of March 5, 1892 stated: "Nin Alexander, the manager of the old St. Joe club, still takes a lively interest in base ball, although he has quit that business and for a long while has been engaged at Pana, Ill., as a butcher."
The book The National Game by Alfred Spink featured a photo of Alexander, calling him "one of the first of the old catchers to catch the ball up close to the bat".
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1886||St. Joseph Reds||Western League||50-30||2nd|
|1887||St. Joseph Reds||Western League||21-48||NA||Team disbanded July 28|