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Dummy Hoy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia William Ellsworth Hoy (May 23, 1862 – December 15, 1961), nicknamed Dummy , was an American center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for several teams from 1888 to 1902 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dummy_Hoy
Extractions: Cincinnati, Ohio Batted: Left Threw: MLB debut Washington Nationals Last MLB appearance Cincinnati Reds Career statistics Batting Average Hits Runs batted in Stolen bases Teams Career highlights and awards William Ellsworth Hoy (May 23, 1862 – December 15, 1961), nicknamed "Dummy" , was an American center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for several teams from 1888 to 1902, most notably the Cincinnati Reds and two Washington, D.C. franchises. He is noted for being the most accomplished deaf player in major league history, and is credited by some sources with causing the establishment of signals for safe and out calls. He held the major league record for games in center field (1,726) from 1899 to 1920, set records for career putouts (3,958) and total chances (4,625) as an outfielder, and retired among the leaders in outfield games (2nd; 1,795)
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Extractions: You are here: Home PDFs - National Pastime The National Pastime # 23 The National Pastime # 23 Download the PDF of The National Pastime, Volume 23 Pages Title Author People Mentioned Ted Williams in 1941 Warburton, Paul Williams, Ted; Is There a Home Field Advantage in the World Series ? Abramowitz, Alan I. Ducky and the Lip in Italy Barthel, Tom Medwick, Joe; Durocher, Leo; Etten, Nick; Meany, Tom; Yes, We Have No Balata Charlton, Jim Philadelphia Baseball's Unappreciated Founders:(Al Reach and Ben Shibe Casway, Jerrold Reach, Al; Shibe, Ben; Rogers, John I.; Cal and Lou Spatz, Lyle Ripken, Cal; Gehrig, Lou; Fleitz, David L. Anson, Cap; Walker, Fleet; Duval, Clarence; Mullane, Tony; Stovey, George; The Legend of Wild Bill Setley Fiesthumel, Scott Setley, Bill; Mendez, Jose; Cyril "Cy" Buker Sargent, Jim Buker, Cy The Old Brawl Game Ahrens, Art George Brace Smith, James D. III Brace, George; Burke, George; Let's Play Three McDonald, David Reisling, Doc; Shocker, Urban; Heydler, John; Boxing and Baseball Charlton, Jim
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