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1895 Binghamton Crickets

1895 > Class B > 1895 New York State League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: n/a
Represented: Binghamton, NY
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Myron Allen 41 R R 5' 8.0" 150 Mar 22, 1854 Kingston, NY, US 1895-05-01
Chauncey Baldwin -- Unknown
Black -- Unknown
Casey -- Unknown
Jack Dunn 22 R R 5' 9.0" Oct 6, 1872 Meadville, PA, US
Forrestall -- Unknown
Hickey -- Unknown
Bert Howard -- Unknown
Fielder Jones 23 L R 5' 11.0" 180 Aug 13, 1871 Shinglehouse, PA, US
Joe Keenan 21 5' 5.0" 165 Jul 31, 1873 Auburn, NY, US
James McCloskey -- Unknown
William Motz -- Unknown
John Munyan 34 Nov 14, 1860 Chester, PA, US
Ed Murphy 18 R 6' 1.0" 186 Jan 11, 1877 Auburn, NY, US
Murray -- Unknown
O'Brien -- Unknown
James Purcell -- Unknown
Russell -- Unknown
Ryan -- Unknown
Pop Smith 38 R R 5' 11.0" 170 Oct 12, 1856 Digby, NS, CA
Ed Stitzer -- Unknown
Granville Whitaker -- Unknown
Victor Wilber -- Unknown
Alfred Williams -- Unknown

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