Jean Joseph Octave Dubuc
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 10", Weight: 185 lb.
Born: September 15, 1888 in St. Johnsbury, VT
Schools: St. Michael's College (Colchester, VT), University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN)
Signed by the Cincinnati Reds as an amateur free agent in 1908.
Debut: June 25, 1908 (Age 19.284, 3,053rd in MLB history)
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1908 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Tigers/Giants/Reds/RedSox 1908-1919
Last Game: September 26, 1919 (Age 31.011)
vs. BSN 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
Died: August 28, 1958 in Fort Myers, FL
Buried: Fort Myers Memorial Gardens, Fort Myers, FL
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Career Home Runs Allowed
For all seasons after 1973, the play-by-play data is complete (summary of missing data for
). For some games from 1954 to 1973, we do not have
Jean Dubuc: 19 Career Home Runs Allowed
1 leading off,
0 go ahead,
17 lacking some details
|Home Run Baker||2|
|Polo Grnds 4||1|
|Gms w/ this # = 0|
are not shown.
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