Jacob Stuart Aydelott
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut May 15, 1884
- Final Game July 12, 1886
- Born July 6, 1861 in North Manchester, IN USA
- Died October 22, 1926 in Detroit, MI USA
Jake Aydelott played two seasons in the major league American Association. While his 5-7 record in 1884 may not sound like much, his team only won 29 games all season, finishing 29-78. He played in the minor leagues from 1883 to 1889. Other managerial stops, in addition to the ones listed below, include: 1888 Indiana State League: Marion and South Bend; 1890 Indiana State League: Bluffton; 1891 Wisconsin League: Marinette; 1896 Kentucky-Indiana League: Madisonville. These were fledgling leagues/teams for which the record is incomplete.
Patent No. 336076 was issued to Jacob S. Aydelott on February 16, 1886 for a "Parlor Baseball Game".
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1889||Evansville Hoosiers||Central Inter-State League||none||replaced Walton Goldsby, replaced by Doug Crothers|
|1889||Charleston Seagulls||Southern League||26-19||2nd|
|1895||Jacksonville Jacks/Springfield||Western Association||none||Replaced Deveney, replaced by Bob Caruthers|