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Art Devlin (baseball)

Art Devlin
Third baseman
Born: (1879-10-16)October 16, 1879
Washington, D.C.
Died: September 18, 1948(1948-09-18) (aged 68)
Jersey City, New Jersey
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 14, 1904 for the New York Giants
Last MLB appearance
August 25, 1913 for the Boston Braves
Career statistics
Batting average .269
Home runs 10
Runs batted in 505
Career highlights and awards
  • World Series champion (1905)
  • National League pennant: 1904
  • National League stolen base champion: 1905
  • 4 seasons with 30+ stolen bases
  • Arthur McArthur Devlin (October 16, 1879 – September 18, 1948) was an American athlete and coach. He is most known for his Major League Baseball career from

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    College career

    Devlin attended Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., where he played baseball and football. As a senior in 1900, he served as the team captain.[1] He was a standout back, and in 1900 was considered competitive for the Walter Camp All-American team if it had not been restricted to Harvard, Yale, and Princeton players.[2]

    Coaching career

    He served as the head football coach at North Carolina A&M, now North Carolina State, for the 1902 and 1903 seasons. During that time, Devlin's teams compiled a 7–8–2 record for a winning percentage of .471.[3]

    In the early 1920s, Devlin served as the head baseball coach at Fordham University.[4][5]

    In the late 1920s, Devlin served as a basketball coach at the Naval Academy.[6]

    Baseball career

    Devlin spent most of his 9-year baseball career with the New York Giants, where he started as their third baseman in 1904. In 1905 Devlin stole 59 bases, sharing the National League lead with Billy Maloney of the Chicago Cubs. Devlin was traded to the Boston Braves in 1911, where he played for two years as a backup infielder until his retirement in 1913.

    Art Devlin died in Jersey City, New Jersey a month before his 69th birthday.

    See also


    1. ^ Georgetown Football Awards: Team Captains, Georgetown University, retrieved February 26, 2009.
    2. ^ Georgetown Football: Timeline, Georgetown University, retrieved February 26, 2009.
    3. ^ Arthur Devlin Records by Year, College Football Data Warehouse, retrieved February 26, 2009.
    4. ^ Coach Arthur Devlin Makes First Cut in Baseball Squad, New York Times, March 28, 1920.
    5. ^ Coach Arthur Devlin Gives Players Workout on Diamond, New York Times, February 13, 1919.
    6. ^ Georgetown Basketball History Project, Georgetown University, retrieved February 26, 2009.

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