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H.B. Brubaker

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 9", Weight 170 lb.

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[edit] Biographical Information

Infielder Ray Brubaker played minor league ball from 1912 to 1934, the last 15 years with the Oakland Oaks. From 1915 to 1934 he played 2,338 games, collecting 2,183 hits, 370 2B, 173 SB, and a .286 average.

Brubaker died after suffering a heart attack in his team's dugout during a game.

[edit] Year-by-Year Managerial Record

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1933 Oakland Oaks Pacific Coast League 93-92 5th none none
1934 Oakland Oaks Pacific Coast League -- none -- replaced by Art Veltman
1937 Vicksburg Hill Billies Cotton States League 40-40 -- Dallas Steers -- replaced by Art Bartelli (10-17) on July 8
Dallas Steers Texas League 19-48 8th Chicago White Sox replaced Firpo Marberry (0-11) on July 8
1938 Dallas Steers Texas League 27-35 -- Chicago White Sox -- replaced by Jim Levey (38-59) on June 12
Anniston Rams Southeastern League 26-30 7th Chicago White Sox replaced Lena Styles (36-56) on July 14
1939 Dover Orioles Eastern Shore League 62-57 3rd Baltimore Orioles (IL)
1940 Portsmouth Cubs Piedmont League -- Philadelphia Phillies -- replaced by Atrhur "Cowboy" McHenry on June 7
Winston-Salem Twins Piedmont League 8th none replaced Eddie Moore on June 10
1941 Elmira Pioneers Eastern League 71-67 3rd Detroit Tigers League Champs
1942 Elmira Pioneers Eastern League 62-77 6th Detroit Tigers
1943 Elmira Pioneers Eastern League 79-60 2nd Philadelphia A's League Champs
1944 Bradford Blue Wings PONY League 28-38 -- Philadelphia Phillies -- replaced by Ken Blackman (20-36) on July 11
Wilmington Blue Rocks Interstate League 36-35 2nd Philadelphia Phillies Lost in 1st round replaced Dutch Dorman (38-29) on July 11
1945 Wilmington Blue Rocks Interstate League -- Philadelphia Phillies -- replaced by Cy Morgan
1946 Terre Haute Phillies Three-I League 63-60 4th Philadelphia Phillies Lost League Finals
1947 Terre Haute Phillies Three-I League 3-1 -- Philadelphia Phillies -- replaced by Whitey Gluchoski (1-1) on May 5
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