Frederick Marshall Henry
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 0", Weight 170 lb.
- Debut September 15, 1922
- Final Game May 14, 1923
- Born July 19, 1895 in Waynesville, NC USA
- Died October 12, 1987 in Wendell, NC USA
Snake Henry played 29 games in the majors over two years but is much more famous for a long minor-league career. He also managed in the minors.
- #2 all-time 2B, Minor Leagues (675)
- #2 all-time 3B, Minor Leagues (200)
In May, 1939, Henry was suspended for 120 days for assaulting an umpire in the Coastal Plain League.
He is one of three players (through 2008) with the first name "Snake". All three played between 1901 and 1923, with Henry the last of the three to play.
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