Pat Colgan

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Patrick Francis Colgan

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Biographical Information[edit]

Colgan (center) seen playing the the Jacksonville Naval Air Station team in 1942

Catcher Pat Colgan played seven years in the minor leagues (1936, 1938-1941, 1946-1947) and managed six seasons. He then spent many years as a scout for the Philadelphia Phillies, Cleveland Indians (??-1962), New York Mets (1964) and New York Yankees (1965-1973).

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1946 Carbondale Pioneers North Atlantic League 69-48 4th none Lost League Finals
1947 Carbondale Pioneers North Atlantic League 77-52 2nd Philadelphia Phillies League Champs
1948 Terre Haute Phillies Three-I League 42-37 -- Philadelphia Phillies -- replaced by Dale Jones (23-20) on July 26
Utica Blue Sox Eastern League 3rd Philadelphia Phillies Lost in 1st round replaced Dick Porter on July 27
1949 Utica Blue Sox Eastern League 51-89 8th Philadelphia Phillies
1955 Bradford Phillies PONY League -- Philadelphia Phillies -- replaced Lew Krausse from May 2-May 6
1963 Burlington (NC) Indians Carolina League 77-66 3rd (t) Cleveland Indians

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