George Stuart Ferrell
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6', Weight 180 lb.
George Ferrell was the older brother of major leaguers Rick Ferrell and Wes Ferrell and minor leaguer Marvin Ferrell. Also, a cousin, Beverley "Red" Ferrell, played minor league ball from 1934 to 1941.
Ferrell was a minor league outfielder from 1926 to 1945. He led the 1926 Cotton States League with 35 2B and 20 HR. He led the 1935 Piedmont League with a .377 BA and the same loop in 1939 with 129 RBI. He led the 1941 Bi-State League with 41 2B and 114 RBI, and led the league with 105 RBI in 1942.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1936||Richmond Colts||Piedmont League||8-19||--||Philadelphia A's||--||replaced by Ed Mooers (68-47) on May 21|
|1941||Martinsville Manufacturers||Bi-State League||63-49||2nd||Philadelphia Phillies||Lost in 1st round|
|1942||Rocky Mount Rocks||Bi-State League||63-60||3rd||none||League Champs|
|1943||Trenton Packers||Interstate League||64-73||5th||Philadelphia Phillies|
|1944||Lynchburg Cardinals||Piedmont League||80-60||1st||St. Louis Cardinals||League Champs|
|1945||Lynchburg Cardinals||Piedmont League||26-41||--||St. Louis Cardinals||--||replaced by Zip Payne (26-47) on July 5|
|Winston-Salem Cardinals||Carolina League||6th||St. Louis Cardinals||replaced George T. Smith|
|1949||Winston-Salem Cardinals||Carolina League||--||St. Louis Cardinals||--||replaced Willie Duke June 11 |
replaced by Roland LeBlanc June 13
|1951||Goldsboro Cardinals||Coastal Plain League||70-55||3rd||St. Louis Cardinals||Lost in 1st round|