Raymond Benjamin Mowe
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 7½", Weight 160 lb.
- Debut September 25, 1913
- Final Game October 3, 1913
- Born July 12, 1889 in Rochester, IN USA
- Died August 14, 1968 in Sarasota, FL USA
Ray Mowe played several games toward the end of the 1913 season at shortstop. His fielding stats were good, but he didn't hit much. He was a year older than outfielder Casey Stengel. Bob Fisher was the regular Brooklyn shortstop in 1913 but would not return in 1914.
"Federals Are After Mowe: The Pittsburgh Federals are making a strong bid for Ray Mowe . . . said to be slated to play at short field for the Dodgers. The Pittsburgh manager offers Mowe a two-years' contract with a salary a little in excess of that provided by his Brooklyn contract and with a raise of $100 a month the second year . . . It is said by his friends that Mowe will refuse to leave the Brooklyn team." - from Sporting Life, January 10, 1914