Lester Clark Channell
(Goat or Gint)
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
- Debut May 11, 1910
- Final Game April 18, 1914
- Born March 3, 1886 in Crestline, OH USA
- Died May 8, 1954 in Denver, CO USA
Les Channell appeared in 7 games with the New York Highlanders / New York Yankees. A left fielder, his lifetime major league batting average was .350 (7-for-20). His debut in 1910 was shortened by his suffering a broken leg when he slid into third base. Channell also played for Denver in 1912-13 and Buffalo in 1914-17. He led the Western League in home runs in 1913.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1911||Mansfield Brownies||Ohio State League||--||--||replaced Ed Hahn, replaced by Frank Reynolds|