Frederick William Alexander Buelow
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10½", Weight 170 lb.
- Debut September 28, 1899
- Final Game July 13, 1907
- Born February 13, 1876 in Berlin, Germany
- Died December 27, 1933 in Detroit, MI USA
Catcher Fritz Buelow, born in Germany, played nine seasons in the majors. While he was a weak hitter, he was considered a good defensive player.
Buelow played in the American League during its inaugural year as a major league in 1901. Although he never received more than 255 at bats in a season, he was the first-string catcher in both 1901 with the Detroit Tigers and 1905 with the Cleveland Naps, at a time when catchers did not play as many innings. He also umpired one game in 1906. Buelow later played for the Minneapolis Millers in 1907 and 1908.
Charlie Buelow, born in Iowa and apparently no relation to Fritz, was also in the majors in 1901. Charlie was an infielder in the National League.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1909||Bay City Cardinals||Southern Michigan League||5th||replaced Eddie Herr|
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