Charles Sebastian Dooin
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 9½", Weight 165 lb.
- School Xavier University
- Debut April 18, 1902
- Final Game June 24, 1916
- Born June 12, 1879 in Cincinnati, OH USA
- Died May 14, 1952 in Rochester, NY USA
In a 1936 interview in The Sporting News, Red Dooin claimed he was the first catcher in the majors to use shin guards. He claimed he wore them under his stockings. The shin guards, made of rattan, were designed by Mike Murphy, famous University of Pennsylvania athletic trainer.
He umpired one National League game in 1904. After his playing career ended, he coached for the New York Giants. He also was a vaudeville singer and actor and later sang on the radio; he was noted for his baritone voice.
|Philadelphia Phillies Manager
Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|1910||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||78-75||4th||Philadelphia Phillies|
|1911||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||79-73||4th||Philadelphia Phillies|
|1912||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||73-79||5th||Philadelphia Phillies|
|1913||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||88-63||2nd||Philadelphia Phillies|
|1914||Philadelphia Phillies||National League||74-80||6th||Philadelphia Phillies|
|1919||Reading Coal Barons||International League||31-64||--||none||replaced by Pop Kelchner (20-29) on August 4|