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James Timothy Burke (October 12, 1874 – March 26, 1942) was a Major League infielder with the Cleveland Spiders, St. Louis Perfectos, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago White Stockings, Pittsburgh Pirates, and St. Louis Cardinals, with his best offensive season coming in 1905. He was named player-manager of the Cardinals in the middle of the 1905 season, but he was replaced by Stanley Robison, and it would be thirteen years before his old club, the St. Louis Browns hired him as a manager.

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Preceded by
Kid Nichols
St. Louis Cardinals Manager
1905
Succeeded by
Stanley Robison
Preceded by
Jimmy Austin
St. Louis Browns Manager
1918-1920
Succeeded by
Lee Fohl
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