Harry Edward Chapman
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 160 lb.
- Debut October 6, 1912
- Final Game July 19, 1916
- Born October 26, 1885 in Severance, KS USA
- Died October 21, 1918 in Nevada, MO USA
Harry Chapman was a catcher of five big league seasons. The overwhelming majority of his action came with the renegade Federal League, catching 126 games with the St. Louis Terriers but hitting just .204 (with his lone career home run) in the circuit's existence. He died in Nevada, MO, two years after his final big league appearance with the St. Louis Browns, from injuries suffered during his service with the military in World War I.
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|1905||Fort Scott Hay Diggers||Missouri Valley League||49-52||4th|
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