Bill Lennon

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William H. Lennon

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Biographical Information[edit]

Bill Lennon scored the first major league run. A player from 1871 to 1873, his last two teams didn't win a single game, going 0-11 and 0-6. His first team was also under .500.

Bill was mostly a catcher. He was not a strong hitter, but his teams were so bad that he looked average or above-average on them.

Like many players who appeared in the first year of the National Association, Lennon had previously played amateur ball. He goes back at least as far as 1869, when he played catcher for the Marylands as a teammate of Bobby Mathews.

Lennon managed the 1871 Kekiongas for 14 of their 19 games.

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