Cleveland Blues Managers

This is a comprehensive list of managers for the Cleveland Blues organization. Win / loss statistics, winning percentage, position in division, and games behind the leader are also shown for each manager. Links include a year; which leads to the American League season in review; the manager(s) name, which leads to his career statistics; and a roster, which leads to a list of every player on the team during the year.

"Many years ago there was an Indian named Sockalexis who was the star of the Cleveland baseball club. As batter, fielder and baserunner he was a marvel. Sockalexis so far outshone his teammates that he naturally came to be regarded as the whole team." - The Plain Dealer (01-18-1915)
Cleveland Blues Managers
1901 - 1904

Cleveland Blues Managers & Finishes in Chronological Order

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

n/a

54
82
.397
7 th
29

n/a

Bill Armour

69
67
.507
5 th
14

n/a

Bill Armour

77
63
.550
3 rd
15

n/a

Bill Armour

86
65
.570
4 th
Year
Uniform #
Manager(s)
Wins
Losses
WP
Finish
GB
Roster

Cleveland Blues Managers & Finishes



Did you know that this franchise changed their name to the Cleveland Naps ( click here for their managers ) in 1905 and became the modern day Cleveland Indians ( click here for their managers ) in 1915?

During the 1903 season the Cleveland Blues, who had a seventy-seven & sixty-three record, had their largest attendance when 311,280 fans attended home games.

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