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Fred Dunlap

Second Baseman
Born: May 21, 1859(1859-05-21)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: December 1, 1902 (aged 43)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Batted: Right Threw: Right 
MLB debut
May 1, 1880 for the Cleveland Blues
Last MLB appearance
April 20, 1891 for the Washington Statesmen
Career statistics
Batting average     .292
Runs batted in     366
Runs scored     759
Teams

As Player

As Manager

Career highlights and awards

Frederick C. Dunlap (May 21, 1859, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – December 1, 1902 in Philadelphia), nicknamed "Sure Shot", was a second baseman in Major League Baseball for the Cleveland Blues (1880-1883), St. Louis Maroons (1884-1886), Detroit Wolverines (1886-1887), Pittsburg Alleghenys (1888-1890), New York Giants (1890), and the Washington Statesmen (1891). He also served as a manager for Pittsburgh in the 1889 season. Dunlap also managed the Maroons, leading them to the league championship during the sole season of the Union Association in 1884. He hit for the cycle on May 24, 1886. Though he was never a star player in a full major league, Dunlap was still considered "a good second baseman".[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ James, Bill (2003-04-06). The New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract. New York: Free Press. pp. p. 530. ISBN 0743227220.  

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Preceded by
Horace Phillips
Pittsburgh Alleghenys Manager
1889
Succeeded by
Ned Hanlon
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