Boston Doves Managers

This is a comprehensive list of managers for the Boston Doves organization. Win / loss statistics, winning percentage, position in division, and games behind the leader are also shown for each manager.

"Managing is getting paid for home runs someone else hits." - Casey Stengel
Boston Doves Managers
1907 - 1910

Managers & Finishes

Year Uniform # Manager(s) Wins Losses WP Finish GB
1907

n/a

Fred Tenney

58 90 .392 7 th 47
1908

n/a

Joe Kelley

63 91 .409 5 th 36
1909

n/a

Frank Bowerman

22 54 .289 8 th 65½

n/a

Harry Smith

5 27 .156
1910

n/a

Fred Lake

53 100 .346 8 th 50½

Boston Doves Managers & Finishes



The Braves franchise began in 1876 in Boston, moved to a Milwaukee in 1953, and came to a stop in Atlanta in 1966. Over the course of a century-plus they have seen three cities and many different official names. All their stats, schedules, uniform numbers, and history can be found on the Atlanta Braves team page and posted below is a chart with links to their managerial pages:

Boston Red Caps

1876-1882

Boston Beaneaters

1883-1906

Boston Doves

1907-1910

Boston Rustlers

1911-1911

Boston Braves

1912-1935

Boston Bees

1936-1940

Boston Braves

1941-1952

Milwaukee Braves

1953-1965

Atlanta Braves

1966-Today

The Rustlers was their shortest name in franchise history, but the Doves were a close second and "probably" changed their name due to their performance.

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