Harry E. Pattee '06
Year Inducted: 1971
Harry E. Pattee '06 played two years of shortstop for Brown and was selected to the All-collegiate team after his junior year. He played pro baseball with Jersey City of the International League during the summer between his sophomore and junior years on the Hill. Moving to Harrisburg in 1907, Pattee hit well, stole 60 bases, and was drafted by the Dodgers. After two years in the majors, he was shipped back to the International League, where he led Rochester to pennants in 1909 and 1910. The genial Pattee coached at Brown from 1912 through 1921, during which time his teams had a combined 117-42-1 record for a .736 percentage.