Rudolph John Laskowski
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 7", Weight 165 lb.
Rudy Laskowski was an infielder and catcher for 17 seasons in the minor leagues from 1932 to 1940, from 1946 to 1948 and from 1950 to 1954. In 1,422 games, he hit .284 with 227 doubles, 24 triples and 59 home runs. Perhaps his best season was in 1937 with the Tyler Trojans. That year, he hit .307 with 14 home runs, 165 hits and 33 doubles - the first three of which were career highs. He later managed in the minors and served as the GM of his teams from 1952 to 1954. Laskowski then signed as a scout for the Kansas City A's in 1957.
Laskowski served in the Army during World War II.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1938||Panama City Pelicans||Alabama-Florida League||55-75||5th||none|
|1947||Pensacola Fliers||Southeastern League||47-37||4th||none||Lost in 1st round||replaced Grover Resinger (28-31)|
|1948||West Palm Beach Indians||Florida International League||--||none||--||replaced by Michael Schemer on May 24|
|1950||West Palm Beach Indians||Florida International League||6th||Philadelphia A's||replaced Clyde Smoll on April 23|
|1951||West Palm Beach Indians||Florida International League||--||none||--||replaced by Herschel Held on June 25|
|1952||Keokuk Kernels||Three-I League||56-66||5th||none|
|1953||Keokuk Kernels||Three-I League||53-75||7th||none|
|1954||St. Petersburg Saints||Florida International League||64-37||1st||none||League disbanded on July 27|
|1955||Oklahoma City Indians||Texas League||56-66||7th||none||replaced Ray Cash (0-2) on May 26|
|1956||Oklahoma City Indians||Texas League||11-22||--||none||--||replaced by Ray Cash (8-12) on May 18|