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Ginger Beaumont
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Baseball Player
    (July 23, 1876-April 10, 1956)
    Born in Rochester, Wisconsin
    Birth name was Clarence Howeth Beaumont
    Center fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates (1899-1906), Boston Doves (1907-1909) and the Chicago Cubs (1910)
    NL Batting Champion (1902)
    NL Runs Scored Leader (1903)
    He went by an feminine nickname.
    He was the first ever out in modern World Series history.
    He never played for a World Series winning team.
    He was the NL leader for errors committed as a center fielder in the 1907 season.
    He was prone to leg injuries.
    He used a bat in which it was heavy as 55 ounces.
    He batted left handed.
    He scored six runs in one game as he was the first ever player to do so.
    He was the first-ever batter to go at-bat in a modern World Series game.
    He contributed numbers that were compared to Honus Wagner and Fred Clarke.
    He had great speed in the early stages of his playing career.
    He suffered two strokes.
    A baseball field in Burlington, Wisconsin is named in his honor.

Credit: Neo NX2004


 
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