Albert Joseph Reitz
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 9", Weight 155 lb.
Pitcher Al Reitz played minor league ball from 1923 to 1953, missing 1943-1945 and 1949-1950. Reitz reached the top rung of the minors in 1926 and 1928 in the American Association and 1932 in the International League. He went 203-199 in his career, winning at least 20 games three times: in 1924, with the Portsmouth Truckers, he went 21-12 with a 3.68 ERA, in 1931 with the Scranton Miners and Buffalo Bisons, he went 20-14 and in 1941 with the West Palm Beach Indians he went 22-15 with a 3.34 ERA. He pitched as many as 310 innings in a season.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1942||West Palm Beach Indians||Florida East Coast League||9-18||6th||none||League disbanded May 14|
|1946||Iola Cubs||Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League||63-57||3rd||Chicago Cubs||League Finals cancelled tied 3-3|
|1947||Iola Cubs||Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League||69-57||2nd (t)||Chicago Cubs||Lost League Finals|
|1948||Iola Indians||Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League||51-72||7th||none|
|1951||Iola Indians||Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League||--||none||--||replaced Forrest Crawford June 21 /|
replaced by Mason Pool July 8
|Carthage Cubs||Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League||31-29||4th||Chicago Cubs||League Champs||replaced Don Anderson (29-36) July 8|
|1952||Blackwell Cubs||Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri League||57-69||5th||Chicago Cubs|