PLAYER #   D.O.B AGE SPORT BATTED THREW POSITION
John Titus     Feb 20,1876   image description Left Left Outfielder

John Franklin Titus (February 21, 1876 – January 8, 1943), born in St. Clair, Pennsylvania, was an outfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies (1903–12) and Boston Braves (1912–13). His most notable accomplishment was that he led the National League in being hit by pitches (16) in 1909 and ranks 74th on the Major League Baseball career Hit By Pitch list (94). To baseball card collectors, he is also notable for the card depicting him in the T206 set, as it is the only one in which the player has a mustache.In 11 seasons he played in 1,402 games and had 4,960 at bats, 738 runs, 1,401 hits, 253 doubles, 72 triples, 38 home runs, 561 RBI, 140 stolen bases, 620 walks, a .282 batting average, a .373 on-base percentage, a .385 slugging percentage, 1,912 total bases and 144 sacrifice hits.He died in his hometown at the age of 66. - Wikipedia

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Philadelphia Phillies 1911 1912
Boston Braves 1912 1913
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