Allen Grady White
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Born December 14, 1892 in Longview, TX USA
- Died November 15, 1933 in Dallas, TX USA
Grady White was a minor league baseball player and manager.
White played for multiple teams over the course of a nine-year career, hitting .228 with 607 hits in 679 at-bats. He was not a very solid hitter, never batting above .247 in a season.
White managed the Longview Cannibals as a player-manager for part of the 1923 season. Baseball Reference Bullpen says he replaced Jack Lockhart and was replaced by Hick Munsell.
He served as an umpire in the West Texas League and Western Association in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|1916||Mexia Gassers||Central Texas League||3rd||Replaced Roy Akin|
|1921||Abilene Eagles||West Texas League||--||--||Replaced by Hub Northen|
|1923||Longview Cannibals||East Texas League||--||--||Replaced Jack Lockhart; replaced by Hick Munsell|
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