Troy Agnew

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Troy Pipkin Agnew

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Biographical information[edit]

The brother of Sam Agnew, catcher Troy Agnew later managed in the minors. From 1936 to 1941, he owned the Augusta Tigers of the South Atlantic League.

As a player, he hit .233 in 10 minor league seasons.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1922 Okmulgee Drillers Western Association 5th none replaced John Wuffli
1923 Okmulgee Drillers Western Association 81-63 3rd none Lost League Finals
1924 Okmulgee Drillers Western Association 110-48 1st none League Champs
1925 Augusta Tygers South Atlantic League -- none -- replaced by Emil Huhn
1926 Richmond Colts Virginia League -- none -- replaced by Guy Lacy
1927 Okmulgee Drillers Western Association 57-75 5th none
1937 Augusta Tigers South Atlantic League 5th none replaced Jack Mealey

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