Elmer Donald Rambert
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 175 lb.
- Debut September 23, 1939
- Final Game September 29, 1940
- Born August 1, 1916 in Cleveland, OH USA
- Died November 16, 1974 in West Palm Beach, FL USA
Elmer "Pep" Rambert pitched in five games in the majors in 1939-40. During a 14-year minor league career, he was a two-way player, appearing in 1,050 games of which 260 were as a pitcher. He batted over .300 as a hitter, while as a pitcher he won at least 64 games.
He was with Syracuse in 1940 and Montreal in 1941. Perhaps his most impressive numbers were posted during part of a season with Class D Cairo, for whom he hit .374 with 28 home runs in 1946. As a pitcher, he led the 1942 Atlanta Crackers with 14 victories while also hitting a decent .273 (which was the same batting average posted by teammate Charlie Letchas).
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1947||Federalsburg Athletics||Eastern Shore League||62-63||4th||Philadelphia A's||Lost in 1st round|
|1948||Hagerstown Owls||Interstate League||6-17||--||Detroit Tigers||--||replaced by Gene Crumling (12-22) on May 26|
|1951||Eastman Dodgers||Georgia State League||76-54||3rd||none||Lost League Finals|
|1952||Cocoa Indians||Florida State League||--||none||--||replaced by James Balogh July 16|