Daniel Philip Howley (October 16, 1885 - March 10, 1944) was a catcher for the Indianapolis Indians and played one season with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1913. Playing alongside Hall of Famers Grover Cleveland Alexander and Eppa Rixey, Howley and the Phillies finished second in the National League behind the New York Giants. Dapper Dan finished his playing career in the Majors after that 1913 season and began managing in the minor leagues. Dan collected 4 hits and 2 RBI in 32 at-bats with a .125 batting average in his only season. He started at the helm of the Montreal Royals of the International League before being called up again to run the St. Louis Browns. He managed for six years in the Majors compiling a 397-534 record in 926 games with the Browns (1927-1929) and the Cincinnati Reds (1930-1932). After retirement from the playing field, Howley scouted for the Boston Red Sox and was chief scout at the time of his death in 1944.