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Who is Lew Carr?
Lew Carr: Lewis Smith Carr was a shortstop and third baseman in Major League Baseball. In 1901, he played "alongside Honus Wagner for a championship Pittsburgh Pirates team.
- born on (143 years ago) in Union Springs
- profession: Baseball player
- died on (61 years ago) in Moravia
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Second Edition by David Finoli, Bill Ranier
Terry Turner Honus Wagner Ginger Beaumont Fred Clarke Lefty Davis Tommy Leach Claude Ritchey Kitty Bransfield George Merritt George Yeager Lew Carr Jesse Tannehill Deacon Phillippe Chief Zimmer Jack Chesbro Bones Ely Ed PDOle ...
by Jonathan Fraser Light
“Billy Nash, Cotton Nash, Nat Hudson, Gene Packard, George Stutz, Lew Carr, John Dodge, Dan Ford, Sam Dodge, Lerton Pinto, Jack Bentley, Joe Benz, Royce Lint” See also Chalmers Award. Umpire Gift. In ¡935 The Sporting News ran a ...
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