Chief Roseman

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James John Roseman

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 7", Weight 167 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Chief Roseman had some good years in the American Association, where he played most of his major league career. In 1890, playing with the St. Louis Browns, he was second in the league in on-base percentage. He broke in with the Troy Trojans in 1882, where he was a teammate of Roger Connor and Buck Ewing.

A letter survives where he wrote in 1877 offering his availability to the Buffalo team. He later played for Buffalo part of that year.

In 1879 he played for Holyoke, a team which had a number of former and future major leaguers including Roger Connor, Lip Pike and Mickey Welch.

It was reported in 1891 that he was a prosperous saloon keeper.

Preceded by
John Kerins
St. Louis Browns Manager
Succeeded by
Count Campau

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Playoffs Notes
1890 St. Louis Browns American Association 7-8 -- replaced replaced Tommy McCarthy (11-11) and John Kerins (9-8) on June 10 /
replaced by Count Campau on June 28

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