William Clyde Yohe
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 8", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut August 30, 1909
- Final Game September 27, 1909
- Born September 2, 1878 in Mount Erie, IL USA
- Died December 24, 1938 in Bremerton, WA USA
"Texas Bill Yohe, the Nationals former utility third baseman, who came here during the fag end of last season and played a few games at third base, has been chosen captain of the Kansas City team of the American Association and the papers in that town are cracking him up to the skies."- from the Washington Herald, April 25, 1910
Bill Yohe played in the majors for less than a month, but appeared in 21 games (mostly at third base) with 78 at-bats in that period. Wid Conroy was the regular third baseman that year for the 1909 Washington Senators, but a spot on the team opened up when they traded Jim Delahanty to the 1909 Detroit Tigers (who went to the 1909 World Series that year, with Delahany hitting well), and Conroy could play second base.
Yohe, who was 30 in 1909, had been in the Texas League earlier in the year.
Yohe managed the Waco Navigators for part of 1908.