Lute Joseph Boone
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 9", Weight 160 lb.
- Debut September 9, 1913
- Final Game September 2, 1918
- Born May 6, 1890 in Pittsburgh, PA USA
- Died July 29, 1982 in Pittsburgh, PA USA
Lute Boone played second base for a couple seasons as the regular for the New York Yankees. After his major league days, he continued to play in the minors, with 14 straight years in the American Association. He was still playing even as late as 1935 - he was instrumental in reviving the Northern League by serving as league president in 1933-1934 and owner, manager, and player for the Crookston Pirates in 1933-1935. After he sold the team he managed Wausau. Lute and Marty Berghammer were the double play combination at St. Paul from 1919-1925. St. Paul's best year was 1922 when it won 107 games.
Main source: 1922 St. Paul Saints
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1933||Crookston Pirates||Northern League||48-48||5th|
|1934||Crookston Pirates||Northern League||62-58||3rd|
|1935||Crookston Pirates||Northern League||45-65||7th|
|1936||Wausau Lumberjacks||Northern League||61-59||4th||Lost in 1st round|