Luther Raymond Harvel
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut July 31, 1928
- Final Game September 25, 1928
- Born September 30, 1905 in Cambria, IL USA
- Died April 10, 1986 in Kansas City, MO USA
The most-utilized centerfielder that year for the Indians was Sam Langford, who played in the minors the following year, mostly at Shreveport. Harvel was mostly at Jersey City.
Luther spent most of 1928 at Omaha, hitting .352. He played 13 years in the minors and also managed five seasons.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1933||Oklahoma City Indians||Texas League||20-21||8th||none||replaced Fred Luderus (42-69) on July 26|
|1934||Oklahoma City Indians||Texas League||59-93||8th||none|
|1938||Monroe White Sox||Cotton States League||--||Dallas Steers||--||replaced by Doug Taitt|
|1946||Tacoma Tigers||Western International League||76-67||4th||Chicago Cubs||none|
|1947||Tacoma Tigers||Western International League||72-81||6th||Chicago Cubs||none|
|1949||Leavenworth Braves||Western Association||8th||none||replaced Raymond "Fido" Murphy July 18|