Robert E. Lee Goff
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 7", Weight 142 lb.
Bobby Goff played in the minors from 1923-1941, mostly in and around Texas, amassing 2200 hits and 249 steals in 1950 games. He was a minor league manager from 1934-1942. He then became a scout for the St. Louis Browns from 1943-1946. He then turned to the executive suite as General Manager of Wichita Falls (1947, 1952) in the Big State League and Dallas (1948-1951) in the Texas League, while also managing Wichita Falls in 1947 and Dallas in 1949. He then returned to scouting, where he was with the Cleveland Indians from 1953-1972.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1934||Palestine Pals||West Dixie League||53-72||5th||none||none|
|1935||Palestine Pals||West Dixie League||76-56||2nd||St. Louis Browns||Lost in 1st round|
|1936||Palestine Pals||East Texas League||74-77||5th||St. Louis Browns|
|1937||Lafayette White Sox||Evangeline League||73-61||1st (t)||St. Louis Browns||Lost in 1st round|
|1938||Johnstown Johnnies||Middle Atlantic League||50-78||8th||St. Louis Browns|
|1939||Tyler Trojans||East Texas League||70-69||5th||Cleveland Indians|
|1940||Tyler Trojans||East Texas League||--||St. Louis Browns||--||replaced by Sam Hancock 6/7|
|1941||Lafayette White Sox||Evangeline League||67-67||4th||St. Louis Browns||Lost in 1st round|
|1947||Wichita Falls Spudders||Texas League||92-61||3rd||none||Lost League Finals|
|1949||Dallas Eagles||Texas League||6-10||5th||none||replaced Jimmy Adair (70-67) August 27|