Greg Mulleavy

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Gregory Thomas Mulleavy

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Biographical Information[edit]

Greg Mulleavy was the shortstop for the Chicago White Sox in 1930.

Mulleavy led the Piedmont League with 15 3B in 1928, was with Toledo for much of 1929-1931, and led the International League with 206 H in 1933 and 131 Runs and 38 2B in 1934. He was with the Buffalo Bisons from 1933 to 1940.

In 1941, Mulleavy became player-manager of the Jamestown Falcons, leading the team to the best record in 1941 and 1942, and a playoff win in 1942, while hitting .355 and .320 with 31 2B each year.

In 1946 Mulleavy began an association with the Brooklyn Dodgers organization that would last the rest of his life. He was a scout for the Dodgers from 1950-1954. Mulleavy managed the Montreal Royals in 1955 and 1956, then moved up to the Dodger coaching staff from 1957 to 1964, except 1961 when he was scouting.

From 1965 until his death in 1980, Mulleavy was again a scout for the Dodgers.

He is the father of actor Greg Mullavey. [1] [2]

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1941 Jamestown Falcons PONY League 68-42 1st Detroit Tigers Lost in 1st round
1942 Jamestown Falcons PONY League 84-41 1st Detroit Tigers League Champs
1943 Buffalo Bisons International League 66-87 7th Detroit Tigers
1944 Lockport Cubs PONY League 76-49 1st Chicago Cubs Lost League Finals
1945 Lockport White Socks PONY League 73-52 3rd none Lost League Finals
1946 Olean Oilers PONY League 69-56 3rd Brooklyn Dodgers Lost in 1st round
1947 Olean Oilers PONY League 66-58 3rd Brooklyn Dodgers Lost League Finals
1948 Greenville Spinners South Atlantic League 84-69 3rd Brooklyn Dodgers League Champs
1949 Nashua Dodgers New England League 71-52 2nd Brooklyn Dodgers
1950 Elmira Pioneers Eastern League 23-30 -- Brooklyn Dodgers -- replaced by George Fallon (35-51) on June 25
1954 Mobile Bears Southern Association 38-56 8th Brooklyn Dodgers replaced Stan Wasiak (25-35) June 9
1955 Montreal Royals International League 95-59 1st Brooklyn Dodgers Lost in 1st round
1956 Montreal Royals International League 80-72 4th Brooklyn Dodgers Lost in 1st round
1957 Montreal Royals International League 19-35 -- Brooklyn Dodgers -- replaced by Al Campanis (6-5) on June 14

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