C.P. Mosley

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Charles Phillip Mosley (Bubs)

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Biographical Information[edit]

C.P. Mosley was a minor league infielder, manager and executive.

Mosley was a three-sport player (baseball, basketball and football) at Baylor. He hit .259 and slugged .319 for the 1911 Corpus Christi Pelicans. He split 1913 between the Texarkana Tigers (.278 in 30 G) and Dallas Giants (.242/?/.258 in 44 G). In '14, he hit .284 and slugged .349 for the Fort Smith Twins. He tied Don Flinn for 8th in the Western Association with 22 doubles. That year, he also became head baseball, basketball and football coach at Baylor; he would go 47-60 in baseball from 1914-1919 and coach Mule Watson and Bill Stellbauer. C.P. hit .273/?/.323 for Fort Smith in 1915 and also managed the team part of the year. He batted .250 for the 1916 Terrell Terrors and ended his playing career with the 1917 Ennis Tigers. From 1938-1940, he was president of the East Texas League.

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