Keith Frazier

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Keith Fenton Frazier

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Biographical Information[edit]

Keith Frazier was a minor league player and manager who is notable for leading the St. Joseph Saints to a league championship in 1940.

Used as both an outfielder and a pitcher, Frazier played from 1933 to 1941 as well as in 1945. He hit around .282 in his career, with a career-high of .343 with the Saints in 1940. That year, he also hit 28 doubles and 13 triples, also career highs. As a pitcher, he went 42-75 in 214 games.

Frazier managed for two seasons. In 1940, as mentioned, he managed the St. Joseph Saints to a league championship. In 1941, he managed the Stockton Fliers, leading them to the playoffs. However, they lost in the first round.

He also fought in the Navy during World War II.

Year-By-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1940 St. Joseph Saints Western Association 69-63 4th Chicago Cubs League Champs
1941 Stockton Fliers California League 70-70 4th Chicago Cubs Lost in 1st round