Troy Pipkin Agnew
The brother of Sam Agnew, catcher Troy Agnew later managed in the minors. From 1936 to 1941, he owned the Augusta Tigers of the South Atlantic League. He also owned the Palatka Azaleas (managed by his brother) in 1937 until relenquishing the team on July 16.
As a player, he hit .233 in 10 minor league seasons.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1922||Okmulgee Drillers||Western Association||5th||none||replaced John Wuffli|
|1923||Okmulgee Drillers||Western Association||81-63||3rd||none||Lost League Finals|
|1924||Okmulgee Drillers||Western Association||110-48||1st||none||League Champs|
|1925||Augusta Tygers||South Atlantic League||--||none||--||replaced by Emil Huhn|
|1926||Richmond Colts||Virginia League||57-43||--||none||--||replaced by Rube Oldring (28-25) on July 22|
|1927||Okmulgee Drillers||Western Association||57-75||5th||none|
|1937||Augusta Tigers||South Atlantic League||5th||none||replaced Jack Mealey|