Glenn Richard McQuillen
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 198 lb.
- School Western Maryland College
- Debut June 16, 1938
- Final Game April 15, 1947
- Born April 19, 1915 in Strasburg, VA USA
- Died June 8, 1989 in Gardenville, MD USA
Outfielder Glenn McQuillen played for the St. Louis Browns in 1938 and from 1941 to 1942. After serving three years in the military during World War II, he returned to the Browns in 1946 and 1947. After being released by the club, he played for the Toledo Mud Hens in 1948 and captured the American Association batting title.
McQuillen later managed the 1954 Lincoln Chiefs, 1955 Amarillo Gold Sox, 1956 Clovis Pioneers and Syracuse Chiefs.
McQuillen died of a heart attack in 1989 at age 74.
His brothers, Carl McQuillen and Jack McQuillen, played minor league ball.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1954||Lincoln Chiefs||Western League||11-27||7th||Milwaukee Braves||replaced Whitey Wietelmann (51-61) on August 6|
|1955||Amarillo Gold Sox||West Texas-New Mexico League||7-13||--||none||--||replaced by Buck Fausett on May 9|
|1956||Syracuse Chiefs||Eastern League||19-28||--||Detroit Tigers||--||replaced by Joe Torpey on June 12|
|Clovis Pioneers||Southwestern League||12-31||--||Cincinnati Reds||--||replaced Hank Paskiewicz (1-11) on July 9 /|
replaced by Roy Parker (7-14) on August 22
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