Charley Stis

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Charley Stis
Second baseman / Manager / Scout / Umpire
Born: (1884-11-03)November 3, 1884
Died: January 9, 1979(1979-01-09) (aged 94)
Festus, Missouri
Batted: Unknown Threw: Unknown

Charles C. Stis [Pepper] (November 3, 1884 – January 9, 1979) was a baseball infielder, manager, scout and umpire.[1]

Little is known about this man who spent more than six decades in professional baseball.

Stis began his baseball career as a Minor league second baseman in 1906, playing or managing for thirteen teams in nine different leagues through 1935.[1]

Stis worked as an umpire in the minors and played with the St. Louis Terriers of the original Federal League in 1913. He also managed the Racine Belles of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League for part of the 1945 season.[1][2]

In addition, Stis scouted during 23 years for several Major League Baseball organizations, including the Boston Braves, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Browns and St. Louis Cardinals.[3]

Stis died in Festus, Missouri, at the age of 94. Nine years after his death, he became part of Women in Baseball, a permanent display at the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum at Cooperstown, New York, which was unveiled in 1988 to honor the entire AAGPBL rather individual baseball personalities.[1][4]

Career timeline[edit]

Year Club Level Position
1906 Springfield Midgets
St. Joseph Packers/Hutchinson Salt Packers
WA Second base
1907 Butte Miners
Seattle Siwashes
NWES Second base
1908 Butte Miners NWES Second base
1910 Holyoke Papermakers
New Haven Prairie Hens
CSL Second base
1911 Peoria Distillers IIIL Second base/Manager
1912 Peoria Distillers IIIL Second base/Manager
1913 St. Louis Terriers FBL Second base
1914 Regina Red Sox WCAN Second base
1915 Aberdeen Black Cats NWES Manager
1917 Fort Dodge Dodgers CENA Second base/Manager
1920 Mineral Wells Resorters WTXL Manager
1921 Springfield Midgets WA Manager
1935 Beatrice Blues NESL Manager
1945 Racine Belles AAGPBL Manager

 

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Baseball Reference – minor league profile and statistics". 
  2. ^ Girls of Summer: In Their Own League – Lois Browne. Publisher: HarperCollins, 1992. Format: Paperback, 212 pp. Language: English. ISBN 0-00-215838-8
  3. ^ [Official Baseball Guide. Publisher: Sporting News, 1980. Format: Paperback, 592 pp. Language: English. ISBN 0-89204-057-2]
  4. ^ All-American Girls Professional Baseball League History Archived August 28, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.

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