Bernie DeViveiros

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Bernard John DeViveiros
(Mr. Slide)

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Biographical Information[edit]


Shortstop Bernie DeViveiros spent nineteen years in the minor leagues between 1921 and 1940, while spending 1927 with the Detroit Tigers. He spent all or parts of 1928 and 1930-1936 in AA (at that time the highest level in the minors), mostly in the Pacific Coast League.

After his playing days, DeViveiros was a scout and base running instructor for the Detroit Tigers from 1946-1972. He signed George Gmelch.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1937 Spokane Hawks Western International League 79-58 1st none
1938 Spokane Hawks Western International League 62-72 5th none
1939 Spokane Hawks Western International League -- Seattle Rainiers -- Replaced by Ted Clawitter on July 3
1940 Americus Pioneers Georgia-Florida League -- Brooklyn Dodgers -- replaced by Stew Hofferth
Meridian Bears Southeastern League 7th none replaced Clarence Mitchell

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