Charles Carbitt Carr
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 195 lb.
- School Lehigh University
- Debut September 15, 1898
- Final Game October 8, 1914
- Born December 27, 1876 in Coatesville, PA USA
- Died November 25, 1932 in Memphis, TN USA
". . . Carr . . . is playing a very fast game, and one that will come very close comparing with any star first baseman." - Sporting Life of April 1, 1905, discussing Charlie Carr with the Cleveland Indians
Charlie Carr was the first major leaguer from Lehigh University. His major league career was done in 1906 but he was able to come back to the Federal League in 1914 and hit .293 with 11 triples at the age of 37.
From 1906-10 he was at Indianapolis, much of the time as player-manager.
Sporting Life of November 7, 1903, reported on his wedding in Toronto. The mention stated that the bride and groom would live in Detroit while Charlie "will continue his studies" during the winter.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1906||Indianapolis Indians||American Association||53-96||8th|
|1907||Indianapolis Indians||American Association||73-81||6th|
|1908||Indianapolis Indians||American Association||92-61||1st|
|1909||Indianapolis Indians||American Association||83-85||4th|
|1910||Indianapolis Indians||American Association||69-96||7th|
|1911||Utica Utes||New York State League||67-74||5th|
|1912||Kansas City Blues||American Association||85-82||4th|
|1913||Kansas City Blues||American Association||59-80||--||--||replaced by Tom Downey (10-18) on September 4|