This is a comprehensive list of managers for the St. Louis Browns organization. Win / loss statistics, winning percentage, position in division, and games behind the leader are also shown for each manager.
"He (Arlie Latham) was equally famous for his comedy in the coach's box, taunting rivals while amusing the crowd with his antics." - Historian Jack Kavanagh
St. Louis Browns Managers
|1892 (a)||n/a||Jack Glasscock||1||3||.250||11 th||46½||1892|
|1893||n/a||Bill Watkins||57||75||.432||10 th||30½||1893|
|1894||n/a||George Miller||56||76||.424||9 th||35||1894|
|1895||n/a||Al Buckenberger||16||34||.320||11 th||48½||1895|
|n/a||Chris Von Der Ahe||1||0||1.000|
|1896||n/a||Harry Diddlebock||7||10||.412||11 th||50½||1896|
|n/a||Chris Von Der Ahe||0||2||.000|
|n/a||Chris Von Der Ahe||2||12||.143|
|1898||n/a||Tim Hurst||39||111||.260||12 th||63½||1898|
|St. Louis Browns Managers & Finishes|
Following the 1898 season, the franchise changed their name to the St. Louis Perfectos and won more games than they lost for the first time in team history.
Why did they suddenly win? Pehaps it was because the Perfectos also changed the name of the park they played in from Sportsman's Park to League Park?