Wally Millies

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Walter Louis Millies

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 10½", Weight 170 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Wally Millies played 19 years in pro ball, with parts of six in the majors. He served in the Navy. He also managed for 14 years, with 13 different teams.

Millies was a scout for the New York Mets through 1979, then moved to the Montreal Expos (1980-1986) and Houston Astros (1988-199?).

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
1938 Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Association 30-37 -- Washington Senators -- replaced by Rogers Hornsby (36-48) on June 27
Dover Orioles Eastern Shore League 4th Baltimore Orioles (IL) Lost in 1st round replaced Wes Kingdon on July 4
1942 Madison Blues Three-I League 55-62 4th Chicago Cubs Lost League Finals
1946 Milford Red Sox Eastern Shore League 77-49 2nd Boston Red Sox Lost League Finals
1947 Milford Red Sox Eastern Shore League 62-64 5th Boston Red Sox
1948 El Paso Texans Arizona-Texas League 74-66 3rd (t) Boston Red Sox Lost in 1st round
1949 Marion Red Sox Ohio-Indiana League 73-64 4th Boston Red Sox League Champs
1950 Kinston Eagles Coastal Plain League 70-68 4th Boston Red Sox Lost League Finals
1951 Roanoke Ro-Sox Piedmont League 49-91 6th Boston Red Sox
1952 Superior Blues Northern League 81-42 1st Chicago White Sox League Champs
1953 Wisconsin Rapids White Sox Wisconsin State League 53-70 6th Chicago White Sox
1954 Waterloo White Hawks Three-I League 66-69 5th Chicago White Sox
1958 Clinton Pirates Midwest League 35-54 8th Pittsburgh Pirates replaced Stan Wentzel (9-26) on June 9
1959 Dubuque Packers Midwest League -- Pittsburgh Pirates -- replaced by John Armstrong on July 29
San Angelo/Roswell Pirates Sophomore League 8th Pittsburgh Pirates replaced Joe Bauman on August 1
1963 Quincy Jets Midwest League 7th New York Mets replaced Sheriff Robinson on August 5

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