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1886 Boston Blues

1886 > Class No Classification > 1886 New England League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Walter Burnham and Tim Murnane
Represented: Boston, MA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1887

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Name Age B T Ht Wt DoB Birthplace
John Ake 24 R R 6' 1.0" 180 Aug 29, 1861 Altoona, PA, US
Albert Barney -- Unknown
Dick Burns 22 L L 5' 7.0" 140 Dec 26, 1863 Holyoke, MA, US
Kid Butler 25 5' 6.0" 140 May, 1861 Boston, MA, US
Charlie Cady 21 5' 11.0" 180 Dec 22, 1864 Chicago, IL, US
Howard Earl 19 6' 2.0" 180 Feb 25, 1867 Palmyra, NY, US
Dennis Fitzgerald 21 5' 10.0" 160 Mar, 1865 GB
Pat Hartnett 22 R 6' 1.0" 175 Oct 20, 1863 Boston, MA, US
Kent Howard -- Unknown
Alexander Kenney -- Unknown
John Kiley 26 L L 5' 7.0" 147 Jul 1, 1859 South Dedham, MA, US
Steve Lambert 27 R 1859 CT, US
J. Malloy -- Unknown
Duncan McAndless -- Unknown
Jerry McCormick 24 5' 11.0" 178 Dec 31, 1861 Philadelphia, PA, US
John McGough -- Unknown
Frank McLaughlin 29 R R 5' 9.0" 160 1857 IE
William McLaughlin 24 Jul 3, 1861 Sacramento County, CA, US
Henry Mullin 24 R 5' 9.0" 160 Apr 17, 1862 St. John, NB, CA
Morgan Murphy 19 R R 5' 8.0" 160 Feb 14, 1867 East Providence, RI, US
Willie Murphy 22 L 5' 11.0" 198 Mar 23, 1864 Springfield, MA, US
John Piggott -- Unknown
James Riley -- Unknown
Rogers -- Unknown
Cyclone Ryan 20 R 6' 0.0" 200 1866 Capperwhite, IE
John Shaw -- Unknown
Joseph Sullivan -- Unknown
Marty Sullivan 23 R R Oct 20, 1862 Lowell, MA, US
William Sullivan -- Unknown
Gene Vadeboncoeur 26 5' 6.0" 150 Sep 5, 1859 Louiseville, QC, CA
Arthur Watson -- Unknown
George Wetzell 21 1865 Philadelphia, PA, US
Charles Willis -- R R Unknown

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