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Chick Stahl

Chick Stahl
MLB Player information
NameChick Stahl
PositionOutfielder
BatsLeft
ThrowsLeft
MLB debutApril 19, 1897 for the Boston Beaneaters
Last MLB appearanceOctober 6, 1906 for the Boston Americans
Career statistics
Batting average.305
Home runs36
RBI622
Teams
As Player
*Boston Beaneaters (1897-1900) *Boston Americans (1901-1906) As Manager
*Boston Americans (1906)
*World Series champion (1903)

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Charles Sylvester "Chick" Stahl (January 10, 1873 - March 28, 1907) was an American outfielder in Major League Baseball who was among the most feared and consistent hitters in his time. In his rookie 1897 season with the Boston Beaneaters, he batted .354, and over his first six seasons, he averaged over .300. In 1899, he had six hits in a game, and in the 1903 World Series, he hit three triples. By 1904, including his time with the Beaneaters and the Boston Americans, Stahl had been a key part of four pennant winning teams in seven seasons.

In 1906, he was named acting manager of the Americans after his friend Jimmy Collins was suspended and decided to focus on his playing, and also due to the club's ownership opting for a change following a poor season by the club. He was officially named player-manager on December 4, 1906. Stahl committed suicide during the 1907 spring training in West Baden, Indiana by drinking four ounces of carbolic acid. The reasoning behind Stahl's suicide has remained a mystery for over a century. He was known as a carefree, fun-loving man and had many love affairs going on throughout the country. He mentioned suicide days before in Louisville, Ky., prompting some teammates to take the carbolic acid from him. His final words to some of teammates were "Boys, I just couldn't help it. It drove me to it." What "it" exactly was remains a mystery. Cy Young reluctantly took over as manager to start the 1907 season, but he was replaced six games into the season. Stahl's widow mysteriously died one year later.

Chick Stahl was not related to Jake Stahl, despite contemporary baseball sources listing them as brothers.



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Preceded by
Jimmy Collins
Boston Red Sox Manager
1906
Succeeded by
Cy Young

Boston Beaneaters 1897 National League Champions

Bob Allen * Marty Bergen * Jimmy Collins * Hugh Duffy * Charlie Ganzel * Billy Hamilton * Fred Klobedanz * Ted Lewis * Herman Long * Bobby Lowe * Kid Nichols * Chick Stahl * Jack Stivetts * Jim Sullivan * Fred Tenney * George Yeager
Manager Frank Selee

Boston Beaneaters 1898 National League Champions

Marty Bergen * Jimmy Collins * Hugh Duffy * Billy Hamilton * Fred Klobedanz * Ted Lewis * Herman Long * Bobby Lowe * Kid Nichols * General Stafford * Chick Stahl * Jack Stivetts * Fred Tenney * Vic Willis * George Yeager
Manager Frank Selee

Boston Red Sox managers

Boston Americans (1901 1907)J. Collins * C. Stahl * Young * Huff * Unglaub * McGuire
Boston Red Sox (1908 present)McGuire * Lake * Donovan * J. Stahl * Carrigan * Barry * Barrow * Duffy * Chance * Fohl * Carrigan * Wagner * S. Collins * McManus * Harris * Cronin * McCarthy * O'Neill * Boudreau * Higgins * York * Jurges * Baker * Higgins * Pesky * Herman * Runnels * D. Williams * Popowski * Kasko * Popowski * Johnson * Zimmer * Pesky * Houk * McNamara * Morgan * Hobson * Kennedy * J. Williams * Kerrigan * Little * Francona

Boston Americans 1903 World Series Champions

Jimmy Collins * Lou Criger * Bill Dinneen * Patsy Dougherty * Duke Farrell * Hobe Ferris * Buck Freeman * Tom Hughes * Candy LaChance * Jack O'Brien * Freddy Parent * Chick Stahl * Cy Young

Boston Americans 1904 American League Champions

Jimmy Collins * Lou Criger * Bill Dinneen * Patsy Dougherty * Norwood Gibson * Duke Farrell * Hobe Ferris * Buck Freeman * Candy LaChance * Freddy Parent * Kip Selbach * Chick Stahl * Jesse Tannehill * George Winter * Cy Young



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