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From BR Bullpen
Louis Alfred Legett (Doc)
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10", Weight 166 lb.
- Debut May 8, 1929
- Final Game May 4, 1935
- Born June 1, 1901 in New Orleans, LA USA
- Died March 6, 1988 in New Orleans, LA USA
 Biographical Information
Legett was born, and died, in New Orleans, LA, but he doesn't seem to have played for the New Orleans team in the minors. He had a 10-year minor league career, spending parts of three years with Reading and parts of three other years with Syracuse.
For the 1929 Braves, Al Spohrer was the #1 catcher with 109 appearances, followed by Zack Taylor with 31 appearances (Taylor was picked up off waivers halfway though the season by the 1929 Cubs). Lou had 28 appearances, beginning on May 8.
The book Red Sox by the Numbers states that Doc Legett had become a dentist before coming to the Red Sox.