Frank Huelsman

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Frank Elmer Huelsman

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 6' 2", Weight 210 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Frank Huelsman played three years in the majors, mostly in 1904-05, and was very successful in the minors, but is remembered primarily for being traded around like cigarettes in 1904 when he played for four different major league teams, plus twice with the 1904 White Sox. In 1905 he stayed with one team, batting .275 for the 1905 Senators who hit .224 as a team.

Huelsman played for Albuquerque in 1915, leading the league with 10 home runs in only 53 games before the league folded.

  • Led 1913 Union Association in just about every category except steals: R (123),2B,3B,HR,RBI,BA
  • HR Titles
1900 Central League 5
1909 Southern Association 5
1911 Union Association 17
1913 Union Association 22
1914 Union Association 23
1915 Rio Grande Association 10
  • Batting Ttiles
1901 Southern Association .392
1903 Pacific National League .392
1911 Union Association .411
1913 Union Association .422
1914 Union Association .424
  • RBI Titles
1911 Union Association 125
1912 Union Association 114
1913 Union Association 126
  • 2B Leader
1902 Southern Association 39
1908 Tri-State League 42
1913 Union Association 36
  • 3B Leader
1907 American Association 14
1908 Tri-State League 18
1913 Union Association 20
  • Triple Crowns
1911 Union Association
1913 Union Association
missed in 1912 by .002 in BA

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