Everett Booe

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Biographical Information[edit]

Everett Booe played minor league ball from 1910 to 1930, seeing the majority of his big league time in the short-lived Federal League. He had 2,034 hits and 345 stolen bases to go with his .297 average. The final "e" on his name was silent, leading to endless merriment when he was announced into a ball game. Booe played second base for the St. Paul Saints in a smattering of contests during the 1916 season, appearing in the American Association season opener at Indianapolis against the Indians on April 18th. In two at-bats, Booe contributed two sacrifices; in the field he was credited with two putouts, and five assists. Following his playing days, Booe was one of the first managers in the St. Louis Cardinals' budding farm system.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1926 Fort Smith Twins Western Association 92-68 2nd St. Louis Cardinals
1927 Danville Veterans Three-I League 86-50 1st St. Louis Cardinals League Champs
1928 Dayton Aviators Central League 76-59 1st (t) St. Louis Cardinals
1929 Fort Wayne Chiefs Central League 68-70 4th St. Louis Cardinals none
1930 Greensboro Patriots Piedmont League 19-16 -- St. Louis Cardinals -- replaced by Hobe Brummitt (51-55) on May 30
St. Joseph Saints Western League 8th St. Louis Cardinals none replaced Joe Sugden May 30

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