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Gordy Lund

Five Midwest League seasons:


Playing Career

  • Drafted/Signed: Indians, 1960, free agent
  • Professional Career: Eleven professional seasons, mostly at the Triple-A level and usually in the Cleveland system. Appeared in three major league games with the Indians, and twenty with the Seattle Pilots.
  • Midwest League: Never played in the Midwest League.

Management style

For his time and place, Lund was a conventional, but slightly conservative, manager.



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Gordon Thomas Lund

DOB: February 23, 1941 Iron Mountain, Michigan

Year Team League
(Class)
Affiliate G CG IBB SBA SB% SH W L PCT

1982 Edmonton Pacific Coast (AAA) White Sox 144 28 29 239 .70 36 70 74 .486
1981 Edmonton Pacific Coast (AAA) White Sox 136 23 20 - - 36 62 74 .456
1980 Appleton Midwest (A) White Sox 139 30 26 172 .77 38 76 63 .547
1979 Knoxville Southern (AA) White Sox 141 32 17 197 .68 43 65 76 .461
1978 Appleton Midwest (A) White Sox 137 29 18 318 .76 20 97 40 .708
  Best Record, Playoff Qualifier; Playoff Champion; Co-Manager of the Year
1977 Appleton Midwest (A) White Sox 138 36 20 192 .72 33 54 84 .391
1976 Knoxville Southern (AA) White Sox 138 49 31 100 .56 47 61 77 .442
1975 Appleton Midwest (A) White Sox 127 25 20 85 .67 54 50 77 .394
1974 Appleton Midwest (A) White Sox 123 21 15 185 .70 46 73 50 .593
  Playoff Qualifier
1971-73        
1960-70       Playing Career

Minors 9 Seasons   1223 273 196 1488 .71 353 608 615 .497

Total 9 Seasons   1223 273 196 1488 .71 353 608 615 .497
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This page may be incomplete.

Key to the Manager Statistics

G = games
CG = complete games
IBB = intentional walks
SBA = stolen base attempts
SB% = stolen base percentage
SH = sacrifice hits (bunts)
W = wins
L = losses
PCT = won/lost percent

A note about using stats to compare managers.


Sources

My standard sources are described here.




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