Frank Joseph Sexton
- Bats Unknown, Throws Unknown
- Weight 160 lb.
- School Brown University, University of Michigan
- Debut June 21, 1895
- Final Game August 17, 1895
- Born July 8, 1872 in Brockton, MA USA
- Died January 4, 1938 in Brighton, MA USA
Frank Sexton pitched one season in the majors, but was more commonly in the sports news because of his college coaching.
Sexton became famous while a college student because he and Fred Tenney formed a successful battery in the early 1890's at Brown. Tenney went on to a long career as a major league player (moving from catcher to first base) while Sexton became a doctor in Massachusetts and a college coach.
In 1915 Sexton had a highly-publicized parting from Harvard when there was a disagreement about the use of assistant coaches. Sexton later sued Harvard regarding his salary, alleging some was unpaid from 1913.