Hugh Edward Wise
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 178 lb.
- School Purdue University
- Debut September 26, 1930
- Final Game September 27, 1930
- Born March 9, 1906 in Campbellsville, KY USA
- Died July 21, 1987 in Plantation, FL USA
He is one of ten major league players with the last name "Wise" through 2006.
Wise played and managed in the minor leagues throughout the 1940's. He then scouted for the Boston Braves/Milwaukee Braves (1949-1958), New York Yankees (1959-1961), and Chicago White Sox (1962-1972). He signed Félix Mantilla. Wise put his engineering degree from Purdue to use by designing four diamond spring training complexes for both the Braves and White Sox.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1936||Portageville Pirates/Owensboro Pirates||KITTY League||52-67||6th||New York Giants|
|1937||Owensboro Oilers||KITTY League||56-65||7th||Cleveland Indians|
|1938||Owensboro Oilers||KITTY League||66-64||6th||Cleveland Indians|
|1939||Owensboro Oilers||KITTY League||75-51||3rd||Boston Braves||Lost in 1st round|
|1940||Owensboro Oilers||KITTY League||--||Boston Braves||--||replaced by Harold Sueme|
|1941||Owensboro Oilers||KITTY League||58-68||6th||Boston Red Sox|
|1946||Pawtucket Slaters||New England League||70-54||4th||Boston Braves||Lost in 1st round|
|1947||Eau Claire Bears||Northern League||62-57||5th||Boston Braves|
|1948||Pawtucket Slaters||New England League||61-64||4th||Boston Braves||Lost in 1st round|