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Jim Hart (baseball)

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Jim Hart
James A Hart.jpg
Manager / Executive
Born: (1855-07-10)July 10, 1855
Fairview, Pennsylvania
Died: July 18, 1919(1919-07-18) (aged 64)
Chicago, Illinois
Batted: Unknown Threw: Unknown
MLB debut
April 19, 1885, for the Louisville Colonels
Last MLB appearance
October 5, 1889, for the Boston Beaneaters
MLB statistics
Games managed383
Win-loss record202–174
Winning %.537
Teams

James Abner Hart (July 10, 1855 – July 18, 1919) was an American baseball manager for the Louisville Colonels and the Boston Beaneaters for parts of three seasons.

Hart went to the U.K. in the 1890s. The professional National League of Baseball of Great Britain was started in 1890 and a letter to Albert Spalding in America requesting help in establishing a league. The British requested eight to ten players to coach and convert the existing players (whose primary game was usually soccer). Spalding sent Hart as a skilled manager and players: William J. Barr, Charles Bartlett, J. E. Prior and Leech Maskrey.[1]

The original intention had been to have eight teams but initially there were just four Aston Villa, Preston North End, Stoke City and Derby. The first three used Jim Hart to decide the line-up of their teams, but Francis Ley at Derby made his own decisions.[1]

In 1891 Hart, who was secretary of the Chicago White Stockings (later the Colts and then the Cubs), succeeded Albert G. Spalding as president of the team.[2] Hart was part-owner of the Chicago Colts team, and in the 1895 season, the entire Colts team was arrested for creating a disturbance on Sunday, and Hart bailed every player out.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b Baseball Fiends and Flying Machines, Jerry Kuntz, p.47, accessed May 2010
  2. ^ See the Chicago Tribune, April 15, 1891.
  3. ^ New York Times Obituaries

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