Dick Cramer

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This is a former ballplayer. For the co-founder of STATS, Inc., the baseball statistics and information company, go to Dick Cramer.

Edward Cramer

  • Bats Unknown, Throws Unknown

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Biographical Information[edit]

Dick Cramer, who was not born Richard Cramer but rather Edward Cramer, appeared in 2 games in the big leagues in 1883 with the New York Gothams.

His age is unknown, but he played his two games on May 11 and May 15, 1883. He did not get a hit in 6 at-bats. An outfielder, he had no put-outs or assists in the field.

He was long listed as having died two years later, in 1885, but that was another person named William B. Cramer. The ballplayer lived until 1898.

The New York Gothams of the time featured Buck Ewing, Roger Connor, Mickey Welch, and Tip O'Neill.

Another person by the name of Dick Cramer founded STATS, Inc., the sports statistics company about 100 years after this Dick Cramer played for the Gothams.

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