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Pat McCauley

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Patrick F. McCauley

  • Bats Unknown, Throws Right
  • Weight 156 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Pat McCauley was a catcher who played three times in the major leagues, several years apart. He played 5 games for the St. Louis Browns in 1893, then after three years had 26 games with the Washington Senators in 1896, and seven years later had 6 games with the New York Highlanders in 1903. It was the inaugural year for the New Yorkers, having moved over from Baltimore. In addition to his playing time, he umpired one National League game in 1896.

A baseball card exists of a Pat McCauley with Portsmouth of the Virginia League in 1909. McCauley's minor league career ran from 1892-1910, mostly in the New England League, the Western League and the Eastern League. He was in the Eastern League eleven years.

He died at age 46.

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