Earl E. Snapp
- Born December 8, 1888 in Stephenville, TX USA
- Died January 3, 1974 in Dallas, TX USA
Third baseman Earl "Red" Snapp played minor league ball from 1910 to 1916 in and around Texas. Snapp played from 1910 to 1912, 1914 to 1916 and in 1929, hitting .232 in 673 games. His best season was perhaps 1911, when he hit .255 with two home runs and 157 total bases for the Fort Worth Panthers of the Texas League.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1915||Paris Red Snappers||Western Association||--||--||replaced by William Nance|
|1916||Oklahoma City Senators||Western Association||--||--||replaced by Rudy Baerwald|
|1921||Paris Snappers||Texas-Oklahoma League||89-38||1st||Team refused to finish playoffs|
|1922||Paris Snappers||Texas-Oklahoma League||72-36||1st||none League Champs|
|1923||Ardmore Snappers||Western Association||82-60||2nd||League Champs|
|1925||Okmulgee Drillers||Western Association||3rd||replaced Roy Corgan|
|1926||Marshall Snappers||East Texas League||--||--||replaced by Dutch Bernsen|
|Paris Bearcats||East Texas League||6th||replaced Faustin Gallegos|
|1927||Paris Snappers||Lone Star League||54-67||5th|
|1928||San Angelo Red Snappers||West Texas League||69-47||1st||League Champs|
|1929||Sherman Snappers||Lone Star League||9-9||3rd||League disbanded May 16|
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