Charles Daniels

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Charles F. Daniels

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Charles Daniels was one of the busiest umpires in the early days of major league baseball, working over 500 games between 1874 when he got his start in the National Association, and 1889, when he worked his last games in the American Association. At the time, most umpires were there only for a handful of games per season, and it was extremely rare to see someone who like Daniels would work 40 games or more and return for a number of years.

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