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Clyde Jennings Manion (October 30, 1896 - September 4, 1967), nicknamed "Pete," was a Major League Baseball catcher for the Detroit Tigers (1920-27), St. Louis Browns (1928-30), and Cincinnati Reds (1932-34). He played in 477 major league games (401 as a catcher) with a career batting average of .218 and a .293 on base percentage. He had 250 hits, 112 RBIs, 96 runs scored, and 118 bases on balls. Manion was born in Big River, Missouri and died in Detroit, Michigan.

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