Sidney Allen Gautreaux (Pudge)
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 5' 8", Weight 190 lb.
- Debut April 15, 1936
- Final Game May 20, 1937
- Born May 4, 1912 in Schriever, LA USA
- Died April 19, 1980 in Morgan City, LA USA
Louisiana native Sid Gautreaux spent seventeen seasons in professional baseball from 1936 to 1952.
He served in the United States Navy for three years during World War II. The long-time player and minor league manager appeared in over 1,500 minor league games hitting at a .291 clip with 80 home runs.
Baseball in Wartime has a biography.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1947||Thibodaux Giants||Evangeline League||76-52||2nd||none||Lost League Finals|
|1948||Thibodaux Giants||Evangeline League||75-62||3rd||none||1st round cancelled tied 2-2|
|1949||New Iberia Cardinals||Evangeline League||61-79||7th||none|
|1950||New Iberia Rebels||Evangeline League||66-73||6th||none|
|1951||Houma Indians||Evangeline League||60-78||7th||none|
|1952||Lake Charles Lakers||Gulf Coast League||20-26||--||none||--||replaced by Joe Kracher (49-59) on June 2|