STATISTICS & HISTORY
Pat Doyle was born in Northern Ireland and came with his family to Manchester, New Hampshire as a child. Doyle was talented athlete who was adept at both baseball and basketball and also was a fine wrestler. Doyle began playing professional basketball in 1902 with his hometown team in the New England Basketball League. It was the beginning of pro career that would span a dozen seasons. Doyle was a capable scorer and a feared defender who intimidated opponents with a combination of athleticism and his hair trigger temper. During the 1904-05 season, Doyle led Nashua to the finals of the NEBL, but lost to Natick. In 1912, Doyle was a member of the New York State League champion, Troy Trojans. Doyle died in France, in May of 1915, while serving as a member of the British army during World War I.
|Patrick J0seph Doyle||Born: Feb 11, 1882||Died: May 4, 1915||Hometown:||Manchester, NH|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1906-07||Newport (NH) Athletics||Indep.|
|Major League Totals||264||618||30||1266||4.8|