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Harry Lumley (Baseball)
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Baseball Player
    (September 29, 1880-May 22, 1938)
    Born in Forest City, Pennsylvania
    Right fielder for the Brooklyn Superbas (1904-1910)
    Manager for the Brooklyn Superbas (1909)
    National League Home Run Champion (1904)
    He shares his name with the hockey player.
    In his first Major League season, he was the National League leader for being stuck out 104 times.
    When he had ankle problems, his productivity went into decline in his later seasons in Brooklyn.
    His season as a player-manager was a disappointment as he never hit a single home run.
    He threw and batted left handed.
    He was a home run champion with 9 home runs and a triples champion with 18 triples of the National League in his first Major League season.
    He spent his entire Major League career on one team.
    He used to own a restaurant after his baseball career.

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