Rip Conway

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Richard Daniel Conway

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Biographical Information[edit]

Second baseman Rip Conway played at least six seasons in the minors and was in the majors with the Boston Braves in 1918, mostly pinch hitting. In 14 games, he hit .167 (4-for-24) with two RBI. Several other players nicknamed "Rip" preceded him to the majors. One of them, Rip Williams, was also in the majors in 1918. Later, with the 1921 Worcester Boosters, Conway was the second best hitter on the team, with a .329 batting average and .505 slugging percentage.

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