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Harry Wright

Harry Wright

Harry Wright had managed a long time. He was an institution. 1881 would be a tough year. The Boston Red Caps had a 38-45 record. Not too impressive that the ended sixth and 17 1/2 games behind.

Harry would not go out on top. While he was responsible for the cities brilliant start with professional baseball, he couldn’t overcome a second consecutive sixth place finish. He was run out of town.