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From BR Bullpen
Charles S. Abbey
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Weight 169 lb.
- Debut August 16, 1893
- Final Game August 19, 1897
- Born October 14, 1866 in Falls City, NE USA
- Died April 27, 1926 in San Francisco, CA USA
 Biographical Information
Charlie Abbey played five years for Washington Senators teams that were always under .500. His best season with the bat was in 1894 when he hit .314 on a team that hit .287 (the league hit .309). He also had 18 triples and 31 stolen bases that year, along with 26 outfield assists.
On Sunday May 16, 1897, Abbey, the rest of the Washington Senators' starting nine, all of the Cleveland Indians' starters, both teams managers, and the umpire were arrested at the end of the first inning of an unscheduled exhibition game in what essentially a collective act of civil disobedience -- violating Cleveland's blue laws preventing baseball games from being played on Sundays. Abbey made a put out in the field in the top of the inning hit by Chief Sockalexis, but did not have the chance to bat before being arrested.
He played for the pennant-winning Portland team in 1891.
 Notable Achievements
- 100 RBI Seasons: 1 (1894)
- 100 Runs Scored Seasons: 1 (1895)