Homer Peel

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Homer Hefner Peel

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Biographical Information[edit]

Homer Peel played fourteen years in the Texas League and holds the circuit's career record for batting average (.325). He led the league in 1937, when he hit .370 for the Fort Worth Cats.

Notable Achievements[edit]

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1936 Fort Worth Cats Texas League 65-40 5th none replaced Harry McCurdy (11-38) on June 3
1937 Fort Worth Cats Texas League 85-74 3rd none League Champs
1938 Fort Worth Cats Texas League 40-53 -- none -- replaced by Cecil Coombs (1-3) on July 9
1939 Shreveport Sports Texas League 86-75 5th Chicago White Sox
1940 Shreveport Sports Texas League 53-65 -- none -- replaced by Hub Northen (19-23) on August 2
1941 Oklahoma City Indians Texas League 38-48 6th Cleveland Indians replaced Rogers Hornsby (31-37) on June 23
1942 Oklahoma City Indians Texas League 24-36 -- New York Giants -- replaced by Jimmy Payton (2-3) on June 13
1946 Paris Red Peppers East Texas League 68-72 6th St. Louis Browns
1948 Paris Rockets Big State League 62-85 6th none
1949 Temple Eagles Big State League 38-49 8th none replaced Barney White (20-40) on June 14
1950 Sherman-Denison Twins Big State League 54-91 7th none

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