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Charley Radbourn
Charles Gardner Radbourn    (aka Old Hoss)
Born: 12/11/1854 in Rochester, NY USA      Died: 2/5/1897 in Bloomington, IL USA     Hall Of Fame: 1939
Weight: 168 lb.      Height: 5'9"
Bats: R                 Throws: R

Batting Pitching Fielding Salaries Achievements HoF Manager
YearAgeTeamLgGABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOIBBHBPSHSFDPBAOBPSLGOPS
188025BFNNL62113000101.143.143.143.286
188126PRONL722702759900281015.219.246.252.498
188227PRONL8332630781101321222.239.266.282.548
188328PRONL89381591081133481416.283.309.352.661
188429PRONL873614883711372642.230.282.263.545
188530PRONL662493458920223627.233.330.285.615
188631BSNNL6625330605122251736.237.285.289.574
188732BSNNL51175254022124618212.229.308.280.588
188833BSNNL2479617100643142.215.262.228.490
188934BSNNL3512217231011339192.189.256.221.477
189035BSPPL4515420396001679201.253.299.292.591
189136CINNL299611172201014112.177.225.240.465
12 Seasons 653248730858564119259261582449.235.283.281.564

Post Season

YearAgeTeamRoundGABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOIBBHBPSHSFDPBAOBPSLGOPS
188429PROWS3101100020130100.182.100.282
1 Post Seasons 3101100020130.100.182.100.282
YearAgeTeamLgWLGGSCGSHOSVIPHERHRBBSOERAIBBWPHBPBKBFPGFR
188126PRONL251141363430325.1309881641172.4317013804162
188227PRONL3320555251604744291106512012.0923019483215
188328PRONL482576686641632.15631447563152.0536025408275
188429PRONL5912757373111678.252810418984411.38340026722216
188530PRONL282149494920445.24231094831542.20340018410209
188631BSNNL273158585730509.1521170181112183.00220021620300
188732BSNNL24235050481042550521520133874.552014019150305
188833BSNNL7162424241020718766845642.878808520110
188934BSNNL2011333128102772821131472993.6748011632151
189035BSPPL2712413836103433521268100803.311111014863183
189136CINNL1113262423202182361031362544.2581309512149
11 Seasons 3091955285034893524535.14335134811787518302.6721754018910242275

Post Season

YearAgeTeamRoundWLGGSCGSHOSVIPHERHRBBSOERAIBBWPHBPBKBFPGFR
188429PROWS30333102211000170.0003
1 Post Seasons 30333102211000170.0003
YearAgeTeamLgPosGGSInnPOAEDPPBFP
188025BFNNL2B30913220.917
188025BFNNLOF3063100.900
188126PRONLOF2501871100.694
188126PRONLP41025711020.906
188126PRONLSS1301443960.864
188227PRONLOF310495510.915
188227PRONLP55022921130.912
188227PRONLSS1008011.000
188328PRONL1B20190031.000
188328PRONLOF200223720.781
188328PRONLP760331391530.920
188429PRONL1B50360200.947
188429PRONL2B1016300.700
188429PRONLOF70102011.000
188429PRONLP750211191710.892
188429PRONLSS2014320.625
188530PRONL2B2033210.750
188530PRONLOF1601941110.676
188530PRONLP49018115970.937
188631BSNNLOF6050100.833
188631BSNNLP580391071280.924
188732BSNNLOF2000100.000
188732BSNNLP50015691530.848
188833BSNNLP2401437610.895
188934BSNNL3B100000
188934BSNNLOF200000
188934BSNNLP3301958260.975
189035BSPPL1B100000
189035BSPPLOF400000
189035BSPPLP4101699840.935
189136CINNL3B1004100.800
189136CINNLOF2010001.000
189136CINNLP260836610.880
12 Seasons 67804431047170590.898

Post Season

YearAgeTeamRoundPosGGSInnPOAEDPPBFP
No Post Season Fielding Records Found
YearAgeTeamLeagueSalary
No Salary Records Found
YearAgeLeagueAward
188429NLTriple Crown
YearAgeVotersBallotsRequiredVotesPct.InductedCategory
193681Veterans785916.00.20513NPlayer
193984Old TimersYPlayer
YearAgeTeamLgDiv#GWLPct.Div RankPly/Mgr
No Managerial Records Found

Player Discussion

[Charley Radbourn Topics] The Definition of a Workhorse
triviamaster : October 24, 2007 10:21 AM

On July 23, 1884, Providence Grays pitcher Charley Radbourn begins what may be the most remarkable feat in baseball history. "Old Hoss" pledges to pitch every game for the rest of the season if the Grays would agree not to reserve him for the following year. He pitches in nine straight games, winning seven, losing one and tying one. He takes a "day off" and plays right field before returning to pitch six more consecutive games. He plays shortstop for a single game and then pitches in 20 more consecutive games, winning 10 before having his 20-game win streak stopped. He would lead the NL in wins with 60, an ERA of 1.38, innings pitched with 678.2, strikeouts with 441, complete games with 73 and winning percentage with a .833 mark. The Grays would win the pennant by 10 games over the Boston Beaneaters.

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