Charles Wesley Bennett
Positions: Catcher and Outfielder
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 11", Weight: 180 lb.
Born: November 21, 1854 in New Castle, PA
Debut: May 1, 1878 (Age 23.161, 373rd in MLB history)
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1878 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Wolverines/Beaneaters/RubyLegs/Grays 1878-1893
Last Game: September 30, 1893 (Age 38.313)
Died: February 24, 1927 in Detroit, MI
Buried: Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, MI
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News -- April 2016
- 4/9 Motor City Bengals: Detroit Tigers: History of The Corner: Comerica Park, the home of the Detroit Tigers, is a beautiful facility that hosted its first game in 2000. Had the Tigers remained...
News -- January 2016
- 1/9 Walk-Off Walk: TOT - Beaneaters Search for Starting Catcher for 1894: Transaction of the Day...January 9, 1894 - Boston Beaneaters announce catcher Charlie Bennett's career is over *Transcendental...
News -- August 2013
- 8/29 Hot Corner Harbor: An Early Look at Yadier Molina, His Career, and the Hall of Fame: After the All-Star game, the dead period after the event but before season restarted led to the normal set of columns to fill...
News -- May 2013
- 5/3 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: The District’s First World Series Game: The first World Series game to be played in the District took place in 1887. Frederick Stearns, President of the National Champion...
News -- January 2011
- 1/22 The Captain's Blog: Fear Strikes Out: Mental Illness Turns Star Catcher Into an Axe Murderer: (This is theÂ third inÂ a series on infamous or controversialÂ historical figures who also had aÂ notable associationÂ with baseball....
- 1/11 B-R Blog: Mailbag: Biggest Differences Between HR Leader and Runner-Up: Here's a question from Ehud: "Jose Bautista was the AL home run king in 2010, while the second-place HR leader (Paul Konerko)...