Arthur Patchin (minors01)

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Arthur Bancroft Patchin

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 10", Weight 180 lb.

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Biographical information[edit]

Art Patchin was a minor league baseball pitcher and manager. In his very first professional season, 1936, he went 18-13 for the Augusta Tigers to lead the team in wins. He pitched four more seasons in the minors, never winning more than eight games in a season. Overall, he went 25-27 in 97 games.

He managed the Shelby Colonels for part of the 1940 season, replacing Lou Haneles.

His son, Arthur Patchin, Jr., played in the minor leagues in 1960.