Wray E. Query
Wray Query played in the minors from at least 1922 through 1935. He sometimes hit .300 but never showed much power; he played catcher. He was a player-manager for much of his career. He spent 1924 in the Pacific Coast League, the highest level he reached.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1923||Sioux City Packers||Western League||7th||replaced Eddie Palmer|
|1928||Vicksburg Hill Billies||Cotton States League||4th||League Champs||replaced Bob Taggert|
|1929||Vicksburg Hill Billies||Cotton States League||55-68||7th|
|1930||Pine Bluff Judges||Cotton States League||68-63||3rd||League Champs|
|1931||Pine Bluff Judges||Cotton States League||62-62||3rd|
|1932||Pine Bluff Judges||Cotton States League||39-29||2nd||League disbanded July 13|
|1933||Tyler Governors||Dixie League||59-65||5th||none|
|1934||Tyler Governors||West Dixie League||63-62||4th||none||none|
|1935||El Dorado Lions||East Dixie League||2nd||none||replaced George Harper|
|1937||Midland Cardinals||West Texas-New Mexico League||--||St. Louis Cardinals||--||replaced by Joe Davis|
Had a son named Wray H. Query, who was born in 1924 and died in 1998.