John Castle

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John Francis Castle

  • Bats Left, Throws Unknown

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Biographical Information[edit]

John Castle made it to the majors at age 31 with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1910. In 3 games, he was 1-for-4. A John Castle managed the Lancaster Red Roses in 1912. After his baseball days he worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad. He died of pneumonia. Through 2019, the only other major leaguer with the last name Castle has been Don Castle.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Playoffs Notes
1911 Steubenville Stubs Ohio-Pennsylvania League 40-80 - Team disbanded August 20
1912 Lancaster Lanks / Atlantic City Tri-State League 59-52 4th Team moved to Atlantic City June 18
1915 Quincy Gems Three-I League 65-56 4th
1916 Quincy Gems Three-I League 57-77 7th
1917 Hannibal Mules Three-I League 39-27 3rd
1919 Rockford Rox Three-I League 63-60 4th
1920 Wilson Bugs Virginia League 44-71 8th

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