Phil Lundeen

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Phil Lundeen

  • Bats Left
  • Height 6' 2", Weight 200 lb.

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biographical Information[edit]

First baseman Phil Lundeen played in the minor leagues from 1925 to 1931 and 1935 to 1939, playing as high as class B in two full seasons and parts of two more.

Lundeen resigned as manager at Mayodan in 1936 and Bill Ragsale took the job. Ragsdale quit a week later and Lundeen resumed his post.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs
1935 Mayodan Mills Bi-State League 51-62 5th none
1936 Mayodan Orphans Bi-State League 8th none replaced by Bill Ragsdale for a week in July
1937 Newton-Conover Twins North Carolina State League -- Cleveland Indians -- replaced by Buz Phillips
Winston-Salem Twins Piedmont League -- Brooklyn Dodgers -- replaced Alvin Crowder in May/
replaced by Walt VanGrofski in June
Lexington Indians North Carolina State League -- none -- replaced Baxter Moose
1938 Lexington Indians North Carolina State League 66-46 3rd Philadelphia A's Lost in 1st round
1939 Kannapolis Towelers North Carolina State League -- none -- replaced by L.B. Jones
1949 Mount Airy Graniteers Blue Ridge League -- none -- replaced Frank Essick August 15 /
replaced by Pete Treece and Okey Flowers August 19