John Conrad Harlow
- Bats Left, Throws Right
Catcher Con Harlow played in the minor leagues for 15 seasons, from the late 1800s to the 1910s.
He managed the Houston Buffaloes in 1906, leading them to a first place finish. He managed the Newton Railroaders for part of the 1909 season. In 1910, he managed the Tulsa Oilers for the latter part of the season, taking the reigns from Gus Weyhing. In 1911, he managed Helena of the Northeast Arkansas League for the latter part of the season, taking over for Charley Reese. He last managed in 1913, leading the Baker City Golddiggers for the first part of the season.
Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|1906||Houston Buffaloes||South Texas League||78-43||1st||None||Lost League Finals||Austin was awarded the championship because|
Houston refused to stop using non-league players.
|1909||Newton Railroaders||Kansas State League||--||None||--||Replaced by A. Stillwell|
|1910||Tulsa Oilers||Western Association||8th||None||--||Replaced Gus Weyhing; team disbanded July 22|
|1911||Helena Hustlers||Northeast Arkansas League||1st||None||None League Champs||Replaced Charley Reese; league disbanded July 5|
|Decatur Twins||Southeastern League||6th||None||Replaced Gordon Hickman on 7/12|
|1913||Baker City Golddiggers||Western Tri-State League||--||None||--||Replaced by Charles Harrod|