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1896 Providence Grays

1896 > Class A > 1896 Eastern League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Billy Murray
Represented: Providence, RI
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1895 / 1897

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
Charley Bassett 33 R R 5' 10.0" 150 Feb 9, 1863 Central Falls, RI, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-15
Michael Bryant -- Unknown 1896-05-09 1896-05-09
Jim Canavan 29 R R 5' 8.0" 160 Nov 26, 1866 New Bedford, MA, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-15
Dan Coogan 21 5' 8.0" 128 Feb 16, 1875 Philadelphia, PA, US 1896-06-30 1896-09-15
Jimmy Cooney 30 S R 5' 9.0" 155 Jul 9, 1865 Cranston, RI, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-07
Ed Crane 34 R R 5' 10.0" 204 May 27, 1862 Boston, MA, US 1896-05-03 1896-05-03
Eddie Dixon 27 5' 7.0" 168 Feb 11, 1869 Jackson, MI, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-07
Cozy Dolan 23 L L 5' 10.0" 160 Dec 3, 1872 Cambridge, MA, US 1896-07-22 1896-09-15
Jake Drauby 32 5' 10.0" 163 Jan 6, 1864 Harrisburg, PA, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-15
Bill Friel 20 L R 5' 10.0" 165 Apr 1, 1876 Renovo, PA, US 1896-05-14 1896-09-15
George Hodson 28 R R 5' 7.0" 150 Jun, 1868 PA, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-10
Joe Knight 36 L L 5' 11.0" 185 Sep 28, 1859 Port Stanley, ON, CA 1896-05-01 1896-09-15
John Knorr -- Unknown 1896-05-01 1896-07-26
Ted Lewis 23 R R 5' 10.0" 158 Dec 25, 1872 Machynlleth, Powys, GB 1896-08-09 1896-09-12
Harry Lyons 30 R R 5' 10.0" 157 Mar 25, 1866 Chester, PA, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-15
Billy Murray 32 Apr 13, 1864 Peabody, MA, US 1896-05-01 1896-09-15
Frank Rudderham 28 Mar 20, 1868 Quincy, MA, US 1896-05-07 1896-09-14

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