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Born: November 18, 1854|
Died: September 12, 1915 (aged 60)|
Mount Hope, Maryland
- REDIRECT Template:Baseball year season, their second year of operation. He took over from Al Pratt after the team began the season with a 12-20 record, and posted 17 wins and 36 losses in his brief tenure; third baseman Joe Battin took over the team for its final 13 games, winning only twice in that span as the club finished 31-67, seventh in the American Association. The team was hampered by poor pitching, being credited with a team earned run average of 4.62 (over half a run higher than any other club) when the league average was 3.30. One bright spot was Ed Swartwood's winning of the batting crown with a .357 average, although the entire team hit only .247.
- Baseball-Reference.com - career managing record
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