Pete Pavlick

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Second baseman Pete Pavlick played from 1943 to 1944 and from 1946 to 1958. A second baseman, he hit .277 with 1,384 hits in 1,395 games. He led the 1950 International League with 23 stolen bases for the Jersey City Giants. Though he never played in the major leagues, he did attend major league spring training with the Giants.

From 1955-1957, he was a player/manager in the New York Giants chain, leading the 1956 Georgia State League with 95 runs. He then managed in the New York Mets chain from 1965 to 1969.

Pavlick managed multiple notable players while a manager, including Hall of Famers Willie McCovey and Nolan Ryan and All-Stars Jim Bibby, Jerry Morales and Ken Singleton.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1955 Sandersville Giants Georgia State League 56-51 2nd New York Giants Co-Champs
1956 Sandersville Giants Georgia State League 70-50 2nd New York Giants Lost League Finals
1957 St. Cloud Rox Northern League 59-63 5th New York Giants
1965 Marion Mets Appalachian League 37-33 3rd New York Mets none
1966 Greenville Mets Western Carolinas League 86-40 2nd New York Mets none
1967 Winter Haven Mets Florida State League 94-46 2nd New York Mets
1968 Raleigh-Durham Mets Carolina League 83-56 2nd New York Mets Lost League Finals
1969 Memphis Blues Texas League 22-28 -- New York Mets replaced by Roy McMillan (44-37) on June 9