Theodore Physick Cather
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10½", Weight 178 lb.
- Debut September 23, 1912
- Final Game July 12, 1915
- Born May 20, 1889 in Chester, PA USA
- Died April 9, 1945 in Elkton, MD USA
Ted Cather broke into the majors with a notable cup of coffee with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1912, hitting .421 in 19 at-bats. He played in four big league seasons, with his most action coming in 1914. Ted split the year between St. Louis and with Boston's Braves, hitting .287 with 40 RBI in 89 games. He appeared in only one game of the World Series, hitting third in Game 2. Although Cather was 0-for-5 against Hall of Famer Eddie Plank, it was a low-scoring game that ended 1-0.
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- Jack V. Morris: "Ted Cather", in Bill Nowlin, ed.: The Miracle Braves of 1914: Boston's Original Worst-to-First World Series Champions, SABR, Phoenix, AZ, 2014, pp. 3-9. ISBN 978-1-933599-69-4