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1884 Richmond Virginias

1884 > Class No Classification > 1884 Eastern League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Ted Sullivan, Myron Allen and Jim Powell
Represented: Richmond, VA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1885

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Myron Allen302822000.250.2502
2Jim Devine?252813000.375.3753
3John Doyle?26301141824530.211.30735
4Bill Dugan?20471843940451.217.31057
5Ed Dugan?20361352934311.252.31142
6Ed Ford?2228112818320.161.22325Stats for 2 teams
7Ed Glenn24612766773723.264.33793
8Lou Hardie191149611220.224.34717
10Dick Johnston21602715777692.284.395107
11Terry Larkin2824971822320.227.29929
12Bill Morgan?26321202022000.183.18322
13Billy Nash1960256718614111.336.488125
14Jim Powell246126630671232.252.34291
15Marshall Quinton?325423733691731.291.40195Stats for 2 teams
16Nick Scharf?252901000.111.1111
17Bill Schenck?29552383759441.248.31174Stats for 2 teams
18E. Shay?--72234000.182.1824Stats for 2 teams
19Bill Smiley?28311413031120.220.25536
20Ed Stratton?30361361725020.184.21329
21Ted Sullivan?333900000.000.0000
22Wash Williams?--572433555971.226.33381Stats for 2 teams
22 Players24.6
* - bats left-handed, # - bats both, else - bats right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors
Only players for whom we have stats are shown. See roster for more complete team list.

Team Pitching

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Myron Allen3001.00027.0011001.0553005.00045.00.00.0
2Jim Devine?2502.0003.71222017.021187521.52911.
3John Doyle26912.4292.162322210208.021216150421161.2219.
4Ed Dugan202011.6451.763229295266.025115352191651.0158.
6Billy Nash19000.0020006.0740411.83310.
7Ted Sullivan?33101.0001.29221014.014102431.2869.
8Wash Williams?--04.0002.89442028.0412991542.00013.
8 Players23.1
* - throws left-handed, # - throws both, else - throws right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors

Team Fielding--By Pos

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer


Bill Dugan33
Bill Morgan23
Marshall Quinton23Stats for 2 teams
E. Shay5Stats for 2 teams
Lou Hardie4


Jim Powell61



Billy Nash60
Bill Schenck47Stats for 2 teams
Bill Dugan1
Lou Hardie1
Bill Smiley1



Wash Williams48Stats for 2 teams
Lou Hardie1


Dick Johnston56


Ed Stratton30
Ed Dugan3
E. Shay3Stats for 2 teams
Myron Allen2
Jim Powell1


Ed Glenn61
Bill Dugan15
Bill Morgan7


Ed Dugan32
John Doyle27Stats for 2 teams
Wash Williams10Stats for 2 teams
Jim Devine2
Billy Nash2
Ted Sullivan2
Myron Allen1

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Myron Allen30RR5' 8.0"150Mar 22, 1854Kingston, NY, US
Jim Devine25Oct 5, 1858Navarino, NY, US
John Doyle26R5' 10.0"1601858Halifax, NS, CA
Bill Dugan201864New York, NY, US
Ed Dugan20R1864Brooklyn, NY, US
Ed Ford225' 9.0"160Apr 10, 1862Richmond, VA, US
Ed Glenn24RR5' 10.0"160Jun 15, 1860Richmond, VA, US
Lou Hardie19R5' 11.0"180Aug 24, 1864New York, NY, US
Dick Johnston21RR5' 8.0"155Apr 6, 1863Kingston, NY, US
Terry Larkin28RR1856Brooklyn, NY, US
Bill Morgan26Oct 17, 1857Washington, DC, US
Billy Nash19RR5' 8.0"167Jun 24, 1865Richmond, VA, US
Jim Powell24R5' 10.0"170Aug 30, 1859Richmond, VA, US
Marshall Quinton325' 11.0"1901852Philadelphia, PA, US
Nick Scharf25RJul 18, 1858Baltimore, MD, US
Bill Schenck295' 7.0"171Jul, 1854Brooklyn, NY, US
E. Shay--Unknown
Bill Smiley285' 8.0"1401856Baltimore, MD, US
Ed Stratton301854Baltimore, MD, US
Ted Sullivan331851Clare, IE
Wash Williams--5' 11.0"180UnknownPhiladelphia, PA, US

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