Lincoln Gumbs

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Lincoln A. Gumbs, Jr.

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 6' 1", Weight 175 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Infielder Lincoln Gumbs was a 27th-round pick of the Houston Astros in the 1990 draft, one round after they took Jim Dougherty and 3 rounds before Chris Singleton. He played just 15 games in the short-season NY-Penn League that summer. He was 6 for 33 with 5 walks and 11 strikeouts, while stealing one base in three tries for the Auburn Astros. He fielded only .810 in a utility role. He never played again in Organized Baseball. Yet Gumbs obviously loved the game. Seven years later, in 1997, he appeared in 32 games in the independent Texas-Louisiana League, hitting .250. Then, half a decade further on, he resurfaced with another indie circuit, the Southeastern League, batting .226 for the Ozark Patriots and tossing one shutout inning.

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