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Frequently Asked Questions
When was Louis Santop born?
Louis Santop was born on January 17, 1889.
Where was Louis Santop born?
Louis Santop was born in Fort Worth, TX.
How tall was Louis Santop?
Louis Santop was 6-2 (188 cm) tall.
How much did Louis Santop weigh when playing?
Louis Santop weighed 200 lbs (90 kg) when playing.
How many seasons did Louis Santop play?
Louis Santop played 4 seasons.
Is Louis Santop in the Hall of Fame?
Louis Santop was elected into the Hall of Fame in 2006.
What position did Louis Santop play?
Louis Santop was a Catcher.
How many hits did Louis Santop have?
Louis Santop had 111 hits over his career.
How many home runs did Louis Santop have?
Louis Santop had 7 home runs over his career.
What was Louis Santop's average?
Louis Santop had a .317 average over his career.
How many teams has Louis Santop played for?
Louis Santop played for 1 team, the Hilldale Club.
How many World Series has Louis Santop won?
Louis Santop won 1 World Series.
When did Louis Santop retire?
Louis Santop last played in 1926.
What are Louis Santop's nicknames?
Top is a nickname for Louis Santop.