Otis Carter

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Otis Leonard Carter

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Biographical Information[edit]

Furman man Otis "Blackie" Carter reached the bigs after a dynamite 1925 season with the Richmond Colts of the Virginia League, hitting .358, slugging .700 and belting 38 home runs in 129 games. He only played six games at the MLB summit with the New York Giants, hitting .190 with a home run in 21 at bats split between '25 and 1926. He played professionally through to 1940, as a player-coach from 1933 on, with one more home run outburst when he swatted 30 in 94 games for the Leaksville-Draper-Spray Triplets of the Bi-State League in 1935.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1933 Wilmington Pirates Piedmont League 70-68 4th none none
1934 Wilmington Pirates Piedmont League 30-39 -- Cincinnati Reds -- replaced by Jack Heath (1-2) on July 1
Leaksville-Draper-Spray Triplets Bi-State League 5th none replaced Oscar Langley
1935 Leaksville-Draper-Spray Triplets Bi-State League 71-44 1st none
1936 Columbia Senators South Atlantic League 21-42 6th Boston Bees replaced Josh Billings (34-53) on July 13
1937 Salisbury Bees North Carolina State League 57-55 5th Boston Bees
1938 Salisbury Bees North Carolina State League 51-60 5th Boston Bees
1939 Cooleemee Cools North Carolina State League 49-62 6th none
1940 Landis Dodgers North Carolina State League 49-63 7th Brooklyn Dodgers

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