Fred Hoey (baseball manager)
|Born: January 21, 1865|
New York City
|Died: December 7, 1933 (aged 68)|
Frederick Chamberlain "Fred" Hoey (January 21, 1865 – December 7, 1933) was a manager in Major League Baseball. In the 1899 season, with the New York Giants he was the club's manager. During his lone season as manager, he led the Giants to 31 wins, with 55 losses in 87 games.
He was born in New York City and died in Paris, France in 1933.
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