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Les Nunamaker

Les Nunamaker
Born: (1889-01-25)January 25, 1889
Malcolm, Nebraska

Died: November 14, 1938(1938-11-14) (aged 49#REDIRECT

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Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
April 28, 1911, for the Boston Red Sox
Last MLB appearance
September 5, 1922, for the Cleveland Indians
MLB statistics
Batting average .268
Home runs 2
Runs batted in 216

Leslie Grant Nunamaker (January 25, 1889 – November 14, 1938) born in Malcolm, Nebraska, was a catcher for the Boston Red Sox (1911–14), New York Yankees (1914–17), St. Louis Browns (1918) and Cleveland Indians (1919–22).

He helped the Red Sox win the 1912 World Series and the Indians win the 1920 World Series.

In 12 seasons he played in 716 Games and had 1,990 At Bats, 194 Runs, 533 Hits, 75 Doubles, 30 Triples, 2 Home Runs, 216 RBI, 36 Stolen Bases, 176 Walks, .268 Batting Average, .332 On-base percentage, .339 Slugging Percentage, 674 Total Bases and 49 Sacrifice Hits.

He died in Hastings, Nebraska at the age of 49.


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