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Frank Bird

Frank Zephrin Bird (Dodo)

Position: Catcher
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 10", Weight: 195 lb.

Born: March 10, 1869 in Spencer, MA (All Transactions)
Debut: April 16, 1892 (Age 23.037)
Team: Browns 1892

Final Game: June 10, 1892 (Age 23.092)
Died: May 20, 1958 in Worcester, MA
Buried: St. Mary Cemetery, Spencer, MA
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Career Home Runs

Frank Bird: 1 Career Home Run

0 leading off, 0 walk-off, 0 tying, 0 go ahead, 1 lacking some details
1 Tm
STL1
 
vs RHP1
 
Away1
1 Opp
CIN1
1 Pitcher
Ice Box Chamberlain1
1 Park
League Pk I1
Where Hit
Unk1
General field locations when available.
 
 
Game Totals
1·HR gms1
Gms w/ this # = 0 are not shown.
 
OrderPos
Unk1
Outs
Unk1
 
DefPos
C1
Bases
Unk1
 
1 RBI
0 on1
Inning
81
 
7-end1
RelScore
Unk1
 
Unk1
Before event, for batter

Play By Play

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1892 HRs #car #yr #gm Date @Bat   Pitcher Score Inn Out RBI BOP Pos WPA Notes
1 1 1 1 1892-04-25 STL @ CIN Ice Box Chamberlain t 8 1 2

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