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Ed Andrews

For other uses, see Edward Andrews (disambiguation) or Edmund Andrews (disambiguation).
Ed Andrews
Outfielder
Born: (1859-04-05)April 5, 1859
Painesville, Ohio
Died: August 12, 1934(1934-08-12) (aged 75)
West Palm Beach, Florida
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
May 1, 1884 for the Philadelphia Quakers
Last MLB appearance
July 26, 1891 for the Cincinnati Kelly's Killers
Career statistics
Batting average .257
Hits 830
Stolen bases 205
Games played 774
Teams

Career highlights and awards

  • Led National League with 56 stolen bases in 1886
  • Led American Association outfielders with a .961 fielding percentage in 1891
  • Three seasons with 35 plus stolen bases

George Edward Andrews (April 5, 1859 – August 12, 1934) was a professional baseball player. He was a right-handed second baseman and outfielder over parts of eight seasons (1884–1891) with the Philadelphia Quakers, Indianapolis Hoosiers, Brooklyn Ward's Wonders and Cincinnati Kelly's Killers. He was the National League stolen base champion in 1886 with Philadelphia. For his career, he compiled a .257 batting average, with 278 RBIs, 602 runs scored, and 205 stolen bases.

An alumnus of Case Western Reserve University, he was born in Painesville, Ohio and later died in West Palm Beach, Florida at the age of 75.

See also

External links

  • Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors)
  • Player Profile at ArmchairGM

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