Clyde Milan

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Jesse Clyde Milan

  • Bats Left, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 9", Weight 168 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Clyde Milan is the all-time leader in stolen bases among players who played their entire career with one team, earning all 495 with the Washington Senators. He was the club's manager in 1922 and a member of their coaching staff in 1928 and 1929. From 1930 to 1935, he managed the Birmingham Barons of the Southern Association, and he was a Senators coach again from 1938 until his death in 1953. Milan suffered a heart attack in the Senators' clubhouse after hitting fungoes for a spring training session.

He is the brother of Horace Milan.

Preceded by
George McBride
Washington Senators Manager
Succeeded by
Donie Bush

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1922 Washington Senators American League 69-85 6th Washington Senators none
1923 Minneapolis Millers American Association 3rd none none replaced Joe Cantillon
1924 New Haven Profs Eastern League 75-78 4th none none
1925 Memphis Chicks Southern Association 80-73 4th none none
1926 Memphis Chicks Southern Association 95-57 2nd none none
1927 Memphis Chicks Southern Association 89-64 3rd none none
1930 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 85-68 3rd none none
1931 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 97-55 1st none none League Champs
1932 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 68-83 5th none none
1933 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 76-75 4th none none
1934 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 64-90 7th none none
1935 Birmingham Barons Southern Association 18-29 -- none none replaced by Bill Pierre June 6
Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association 37-42 5th Washington Senators none replaced Mule Shirley (38-33) on June 30
1936 Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association 23-24 -- Washington Senators none replaced by Joe Bonowitz (38-60) on June 14
1937 Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association 18-31 -- Washington Senators none replaced by Bill Rodgers (12-21) on June 9

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