Oct. 18, 1868 New York New York County (Manhattan) New York, USA
Jul. 29, 1959 Princeton Mercer County New Jersey, USA
Major League Baseball Player. Catcher and first baseman for the Baltimore Orioles from 1893-1898 winning two National League pennants from '94-'96. He was purchased by the Boston Beaneaters in 1899-1900. The next year, he went to the Washington Senators in the newly established American League playing until 1904 when he was released and picked up by the New York Giants. Over his 13 year career, he batted .256, 858 hits and 20 home runs. He was a coach for the Princeton University Tigers in Princeton, New Jersey while still an active player in 1897. He returned in 1909 after he left baseball and stayed until 1927. He returned as an assistant in 1934, later becoming head coach until 1944. (bio by: Robert)
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Boileryard, You were a memebr of one of the greatest teams ever, the 1894 Baltimore Orioles. The fact that you were in the "Bigs" as long as you were attests to the fact that you had talent. -
Steve Mader Added: Apr. 14, 2014