Allen Sutton Sothoron
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 182 lb.
- School Albright College, Juniata College
- Debut September 17, 1914
- Final Game September 6, 1926
- Born April 27, 1893 in Bradford, OH USA
- Died June 17, 1939 in St. Louis, MO USA
After his playing career ended, pitcher Allen Sothoron was a St. Louis Cardinals coach in 1927 and 1928 and a member of the St. Louis Browns coaching staff in 1932 and 1933. He served as the Browns' interim manager for eight games in 1933.
His obituary remembered him as a spitballer.
Had the nickname of "Dixie." His first name is spelled Allan in some sources.
- NL Shutouts Leader (1924)
- 15 Wins Seasons: 1 (1919)
- 20 Wins Seasons: 1 (1919)
- 200 Innings Pitched Seasons: 4 (1917-1920)
- Won a World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1926 (he did not play in the World Series)
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1929||Louisville Colonels||American Association||75-90||5th||none|
|1930||Louisville Colonels||American Association||93-60||1st||none League Champs|
|1931||Louisville Colonels||American Association||74-94||7th||none|
|1933||St. Louis Browns||American League||2-6||--||St. Louis Browns||Replaced Bill Killefer (34-47) on July 19/|
Replaced by Rogers Hornsby on July 29
|1934||Milwaukee Brewers||American Association||82-70||3rd||St. Louis Browns|
|1935||Milwaukee Brewers||American Association||75-79||6th||St. Louis Browns||none|
|1936||Milwaukee Brewers||American Association||90-64||1st||Cleveland Indians||League Champs|
|1937||Milwaukee Brewers||American Association||80-73||4th||Cleveland Indians||Lost League Finals|
|1938||Milwaukee Brewers||American Association||81-70||3rd||Cleveland Indians||Lost in 1st round|