Arthur Mason Lilly
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 165 lb.
Art Lilly led the Western International League with 100 runs in 1942 and 141 runs in 1947. Lilly's playing career ran from 1939-1956. Never a productive hitter in his time in the high minors, he was a dominant slugger in tiny southern low minor league circuits in the early 1950s.
Lilly also managed in Mexico in the Winter Leagues.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1950||El Paso Texans||Arizona-Texas League||92-58||2nd||none||League Champs|
|1951||El Paso Texans||Southwest International League||88-56||1st||none|
|1952||El Paso Texans||Arizona-Texas League||79-61||2nd||none||none|
|1953||Águilas de Mexicali||Arizona-Texas League||77-62||2nd||St. Louis Cardinals||none|
|1954||Águilas de Mexicali||Arizona-Texas League||92-48||2nd||St. Louis Cardinals||none|
|1955||Águilas de Mexicali||Arizona-Mexico League||78-62||3rd||St. Louis Cardinals||none|
|1956||Bakersfield Boosters||California League||19-43||--||Philadelphia Phillies||--||replaced by Dick Wilson (29-49) on June 19|
|El Paso Texans||Southwestern League||38-22||2nd||none||League Champs||replaced Pat McLaughlin (47-37) on July 12|