Forrest Leroy Cady
born Forrest Leroy Berglund
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 179 lb.
- Debut April 26, 1912
- Final Game July 9, 1919
- Born January 26, 1886 in Bishop Hill, IL USA
- Died March 3, 1946 in Cedar Rapids, IA USA
Forrest "Hick" Cady was a catcher on three Boston Red Sox championship teams, batting a career best .278 while splitting time with Pinch Thomas on the 1915 championship squad. He missed making it a fourth after successive tough seasons in 1916 and 1917, returning for 34 games as a Philadelphia Phillie in 1919. He was later an umpire in the Pacific Coast League and pallbearer at the funeral of fellow umpire Harry Kane in 1932. Hick died in a hotel fire in Cedar Rapids in 1946.
- Won three World Series with the Boston Red Sox (1912, 1915 & 1916)
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1922||Augusta Tygers||South Atlantic League||5th||replaced Neal Ball|
|1924||Danville Veterans||Three-I League||--||--||replaced Edward Wright, replaced by Lance Utt|
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