Glenn Chapman

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Biographical Information[edit]

Glenn Chapman played one season in the majors, getting into 67 games in the outfield and at second base for the 1934 Brooklyn Dodgers. The Dodgers were managed by Casey Stengel, in his first year as a major league manager, and since Chapman had come from Indianapolis of the American Association, it's likely that Stengel, a former American Association manager, knew Chapman's work. Chapman hit .280 as a back-up on a team that hit .281.

Chapman played for Montreal in 1935. He managed at Grand Forks in 1946.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1946 Grand Forks Chiefs Northern League -- Brooklyn Dodgers -- replaced by Ray Blaemire

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