Washington Senators Managers

This is a comprehensive analysis of managers for the Minnesota Twins 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.

"I liked his (Bucky Harris) cockiness. He told me he thought he knew as much baseball 'as that old buzzard (John) McGraw,' even if it was his first year as a manager." - Clark Griffith
Washington Senators Managers
1906 - 1960

Washington Senators Managers & Finishes in Chronological Order

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

n/a

61
72
.459
6 th
20½

n/a

61
75
.449
6 th
22

n/a

43
94
.314
8 th
47½

n/a

38
113
.251
8 th
55½

n/a

64
87
.421
7 th
29½

n/a

55
95
.367
7 th
37½

n/a

Joe Cantillon

49
102
.325
8 th
43½

n/a

Joe Cantillon

67
85
.441
7 th
22½

n/a

Joe Cantillon

42
110
.276
8 th
56

n/a

66
85
.437
7 th
36½

n/a

64
90
.416
7 th
38½

n/a

91
61
.599
2 nd
14

n/a

90
64
.584
2 nd

n/a

81
73
.526
3 rd
19

n/a

85
68
.556
4 th
17

n/a

76
77
.497
7 th
14½

n/a

74
79
.484
5 th
25½

n/a

72
56
.563
3 rd
4

n/a

56
84
.400
7 th
32

n/a

68
84
.447
6 th
29

n/a

80
73
.523
4 th
18

n/a

69
85
.448
6 th
25

n/a

75
78
.490
4 th
23½

n/a

92
62
.597
1 st
+2

n/a

96
55
.636
1 st
+8½

n/a

81
69
.540
4 th
8

n/a

85
69
.552
3 rd
25

n/a

75
79
.487
4 th
26

n/a

71
81
.467
5 th
8

n/a

94
60
.610
2 nd
8

28

92
62
.597
3 rd
16

25

93
61
.604
3 rd
14

4

99
53
.651
1 st
+7

4

66
86
.434
7 th
34

35

67
86
.438
6 th
27

30

82
71
.536
4 th
20

30

73
80
.477
6 th
28½

30

75
76
.497
5 th
23½

30

65
87
.428
6 th
41½

30

64
90
.416
7 th
26

28

70
84
.455
6 th
31

28

62
89
.411
7 th
39½

25

84
69
.549
2 nd
13½

30

64
90
.416
8 th
23

30

87
67
.565
2 nd

30

76
78
.494
4 th
28

30

64
90
.416
7 th
33

40

56
97
.366
7 th
40

40

50
104
.325
8 th
7

50

67
87
.435
5 th
31

50

62
92
.403
7 th
36

50

78
76
.506
5 th
17

50

76
76
.500
5 th
23½

50

66
88
.429
6 th
45

7

53
101
.344
8 th
43

7

59
95
.383
7 th
38

7

4
16
.200
8 th
43

51

51
83
.381

51

61
93
.396
8 th
31

51

63
91
.409
8 th
31

51

73
81
.474
5 th
24
Year
Uniform #
Manager(s)
Wins
Losses
WP
Finish
GB
Roster

Washington Senators Managers & Finishes



Did you know that these Washington Senators became the modern-day Minnesota Twins ( click here for their managers ) in 1961?

During the 1946 season the Washington Senators, who had a seventy-six & seventy-eight record, had their largest attendance when 1,027,216 fans attended home games.

On April 19, 1948, the Washington Senators set a new team record when 31,728 fans attend an Opening Day game. Baseball Almanac invites you to share your memories of ANY Washington Senators games you have seen or read about in our exclusive Washington Senators forum on Baseball Fever .

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