Barney Lutz

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Bernard J. Lutz

  • Bats Left, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 10", Weight 170 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Outfielder Barney Lutz played in the minors from 1936-1954, only twice reaching AAA. He frequently topped .300 and hit .389 with 131 RBI in 1950 for the Bradford Phillies; it was his only season over 89 RBI and his only season with double-digit home runs (an even 10). He missed 1944-1945, due to World War II service. Lutz served as a scout for the Baltimore Orioles from 1960until his passing.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1949 Carbondale Pioneers North Atlantic League 63-76 5th Philadelphia Phillies
1950 Bradford Phillies PONY League 63-62 4th Philadelphia Phillies Lost in 1st round
1951 Lima Phillies Ohio-Indiana League 41-86 4th Philadelphia Phillies
1952 Fort Lauderdale Braves/Key West Conchs Florida International League 40-111 8th none
1953 Aberdeen Pheasants Northern League 60-63 4th St. Louis Browns Lost in 1st round
1954 Aberdeen Pheasants Northern League 60-75 7th Baltimore Orioles
1955 Thetford Mines Miners Provincial League 42-88 6th Baltimore Orioles
1956 Paris Orioles Sooner State League 72-67 4th Baltimore Orioles
1957 Paris Orioles Sooner State League 30-24 -- Baltimore Orioles replaced by Bill Capps (44-27) on July 1
Aberdeen Pheasants Northern League 29-36 7th Baltimore Orioles replaced Bill Capps (22-34) July 1
1958 Aberdeen Pheasants Northern League 2-23 -- Baltimore Orioles replaced by Billy DeMars (37-63) May 25
Bluefield Orioles Appalachian League 8-21 -- Baltimore Orioles replaced by Fred Hofmann (interim) July 28
Wilson Tobs Carolina League 18-26 7th Baltimore Orioles replaced Bob Hooper (42-52) July 29
1959 Amarillo Gold Sox Texas League 3-2 -- Baltimore Orioles -- interim for George Staller (72-69) until April 20
1960 Bluefield Orioles Appalachian League 35-22 4th Baltimore Orioles none