Fred Hoey

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Note: This page is for 1890s manager Fred Hoey; for the writer and broadcaster of the same name click here.

Fred Hoey

  • Bats Unknown, Throws Unknown

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Biographical Information[edit]

Fred Hoey managed the 1899 New York Giants for a little more than half a season. The team was managed for the first part of the season by John Day, who had been the team's first president. Neither manager had ever played major league ball.

The team was owned by Andrew Freedman, called "the worst owner in the world" prior to the time he hired John McGraw to manage the team a few years later. Freeman's decisions had often been eccentric.

Preceded by
John Day
New York Giants Manager
Succeeded by
Buck Ewing

Year-By-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1899 New York Giants National League 31-55 10th New York Giants replaced John Day (29-35) on July 5

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