Bill Rodgers (rodgebi01)

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Wilbur Kincaid Rodgers
(Rawmeat Bill)

  • Bats Left, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 8½", Weight 170 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Bill Rodgers only played in the majors in 1915-1916, but he spent many more years in the minors. Rodgers' career spanned from 1911 to 1931, including 1911-1914 and 1916-1921 in the Pacific Coast League. On July 20, 1916, he completed an unassisted triple play while playing for the Portland Beavers in the Pacific Coast League.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1918 Sacramento Senators Pacific Coast League 48-48 4th League suspended operations July 14
1919 Sacramento Senators Pacific Coast League 85-83 4th none
1920 Sacramento Senators Pacific Coast League 89-109 7th none
1921 Sacramento Senators Pacific Coast League 105-80 2nd none
1922 Calgary Bronchos Western International League 24-16 1st League Champs League disbanded June 18
Denver Bears Western League 7th none replaced C.H. Adkins
1923 Albany Senators Eastern League 68-84 6th none
1924 Albany Senators Eastern League 44-59 -- none replaced by Bill McCorry (23-24) on July 30
1925 Peoria Tractors Three-I League 89-48 1st none League Champs
1926 Peoria Tractors Three-I League 75-62 2nd none
1927 Peoria Tractors Three-I League 87-51 2nd none
1928 Little Rock Travelers Southern Association -- -- replaced by Jack Steele
Portland Beavers Pacific Coast League 44-62 7th replaced Ernie Johnson (35-50) on June 25
1929 Portland Beavers Pacific Coast League 90-112 6th
1930 Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association 67-87 6th none
1931 Des Moines Demons Western League 94-51 1st League Champs
1932 Des Moines Demons Western League 71-72 4th none
1935 Panama City Pilots Georgia-Florida League -- Washington Senators -- replaced by Harry Snyder
Peoria Tractors Three-I League 29-52 8th Chicago Cubs replaced Jack Sheehan (9-26) on June 16
1936 Sanford Lookouts Florida State League 5th Washington Senators replaced Stuffy McCrone
1937 Sanford Lookouts Florida State League -- Washington Senators -- replaced by Lee Head
Charlotte Hornets Piedmont League -- Washington Senators -- replaced Lee Head
replaced by Zinn Beck on June 9
Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association 12-21 -- Washington Senators -- replaced Clyde Milan (18-31) on June 9
replaced by Calvin Griffith (26-45) on July 17
Sanford Lookouts Florida State League 2nd Washington Senators -- replaced Lee Head
1938 Sanford Lookouts Florida State League 8th Washington Senators replaced Guy Lacy
1940 DeLand Red Hats Florida State League 69-71 5th Washington Senators
1941 Thomasville Lookouts Georgia-Florida League -- Washington Senators -- replaced by Kip Sauerbrun

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