Frank B. York (born about 1878 in Brooklyn, New York – died February 2, 1937 in the Bronx, New York) was the President of the Brooklyn Dodgers of Major League Baseball from 1930 to 1932. He was a lawyer, whose representation of brothers Stephen and Ed McKeever led to his being handed the job after internal disagreements among the Dodgers' front office management led to a settlement imposed by the National League and Wilbert Robinson's resignation as president.

York died on February 2, 1937 of pneumonia after a week-long illness at age 59.[1]


  1. ^ "Frank B. York Dies Here of Pneumonia - Lawyer Served as President of the Brooklyn National League Baseball Club, 1930-32". New York Times. February 4, 1937. p. 21. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
Preceded byWilbert Robinson Brooklyn Dodgers President 1930–1932 Succeeded byStephen McKeever