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Year Age Tm Lg G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ TB GDP HBP SH SF IBB Pos Awards
189130STLAA41111142001101.364.364.545.90915260/4O
189837WHSNL144000000002.000.000.000.000-100000/O
2 Yrs51515142001103.267.267.400.66786600
162 Game Avg.1624864863213065003232097.267.267.400.667861940
WHS (1 yr)144000000002.000.000.000.000-100000
STL (1 yr)41111142001101.364.364.545.90915260
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Frequently Asked Questions

When was Mart McQuaid born?

Mart McQuaid was born on June 28, 1861.

Where was Mart McQuaid born?

Mart McQuaid was born in Chicago, IL.

How tall was Mart McQuaid?

Mart McQuaid was 5-9 (175 cm) tall.

How much did Mart McQuaid weigh when playing?

Mart McQuaid weighed 160 lbs (72 kg) when playing.

How many seasons did Mart McQuaid play?

Mart McQuaid played 2 seasons.

Is Mart McQuaid in the Hall of Fame?

Mart McQuaid has not been elected into the Hall of Fame.

What position did Mart McQuaid play?

Mart McQuaid was a Second Baseman and Leftfielder.

How many hits did Mart McQuaid have?

Mart McQuaid had 4 hits over his career.

How many home runs did Mart McQuaid have?

Mart McQuaid had home runs over his career.

What was Mart McQuaid's average?

Mart McQuaid had a .267 average over his career.

How many teams has Mart McQuaid played for?

Mart McQuaid played for 2 teams; the St. Louis Browns and Washington Senators.

When did Mart McQuaid retire?

Mart McQuaid last played in 1898.

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