Guy Lacy

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Osceola Guy Lacy, Sr.

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 11½", Weight 170 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Guy Lacy, who had a cup of coffee with the Cleveland Indians in 1926, was a minor league infielder for 30 years, ending his playing career at age 44 in 1941. He also managed minor league ball for years.

With the Indians, he was nine years younger than teammate Tris Speaker.

Born in Cleveland (TN), he was a rookie in Cleveland (OH), lived in both Clevelands (TN & OH), died in Cleveland (TN) and was buried in Cleveland (TN). He died at age 56 at a hospital in Cleveland and is buried at Triplett Cemetery in Cleveland, TN.

His son, Guy Lacy, Jr. played in the minor leagues 1939 and 1940.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1925 Richmond Colts Virginia League 47-36 1st none League Champs replaced Percy Dawson (31-18) on June 13
1931 Charlotte Hornets Piedmont League 100-37 1st none League Champs
1932 Charlotte Hornets Piedmont League 80-53 1st none Lost League Finals
1933 Charlotte Hornets Piedmont League 70-52 2nd none none replaced Johnny Dobbs (10-9) on May 16
1934 Jackson Mississippians East Dixie League 72-54 2nd none League Champs
1935 Jackson Mississippians East Dixie League 44-25 3rd none Lost League Finals replaced Herschel Bobo (28-39)
1936 Jackson Senators Cotton States League 66-71 6th Detroit Tigers
1937 Americus Cardinals Georgia-Florida League 6th St. Louis Cardinals replaced Bill Porter
1938 Sanford Lookouts Florida State League -- none replaced by Bill Rogers in May
1939 Mt. Airy Graniteers Bi-State League 42-70 8th none
1940 Lynchburg Senators Virginia League 70-45 1st none League Champs
1941 Lynchburg Senators Virginia League 62-56 3rd (t) none Lost League Finals

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