Positions: First Baseman, Outfielder and Catcher
Bats: Left, Throws: Left
Height: 5' 9", Weight: 155 lb.
Born: November 26, 1871 in Georgetown, MA
School: Brown University (Providence, RI)
Signed by the Boston Beaneaters as an amateur free agent in 1894.
Debut: June 16, 1894 (Age 22.202, 1,776th in MLB history)
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1895 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Beaneaters/Giants/Doves/Rustlers 1894-1911
Last Game: October 7, 1911 (Age 39.315)
Died: July 3, 1952 in Boston, MA
Buried: Harmony Cemetery, Georgetown, MA
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News -- December 2015
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News -- May 2015
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News -- April 2015
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News -- November 2014
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News -- July 2014
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News -- April 2014
- 4/18 Elysian Fielders: The 100: Fred Merkle (95): It was nearly 30 years after the game and, Marianne Merkle remembered, even church wasn’t a safe haven. One Sunday morning...
News -- February 2013
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News -- January 2013
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News -- January 2012
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News -- September 2011
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