Quincy Trouppe

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Quincy Thomas Trouppe

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Biographical Information[edit]

Quincy Trouppe was a catcher for many years in the Negro Leagues, the major leagues, in Mexico and Latin America, and in Canada. He also served as a manager and was a successful amateur boxer.

As a Negro League manager, he led the Cleveland Buckeyes to pennants in 1945 and 1947, winning the World Series in 1945.

He was 39 when he finally appeared in the majors. He published an autobiography in 1977, titled 20 Years Too Soon: Prelude to Major-League Integrated Baseball. It was reprinted in 1995.

Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1945 Cleveland Buckeyes Negro American League 67-25 1st Cleveland Buckeyes Won Negro World Series
1946 Cleveland Buckeyes Negro American League 36-40 3rd Cleveland Buckeyes
1947 Cleveland Buckeyes Negro American League 44-25 1st Cleveland Buckeyes Lost Negro World Series
1948 Chicago American Giants Negro American League 27-50 5th Chicago American Giants

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