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Deacon McGuire

Deacon McGuire
MLB Player information
NameDeacon McGuire
PositionCatcher
BatsRight
ThrowsRight
MLB debutJune 21, 1884 for the Toledo Blue Stockings
Last MLB appearanceMay 18, 1912 for the Detroit Tigers
Career statistics
Batting average.278
Hits1748
Runs batted in840
Teams
As Player *Toledo Blue Stockings (1884) *Detroit Wolverines (1885) *Philadelphia Quakers (1886-1888) *Detroit Wolverines (1888) *Cleveland Blues (1888) *Rochester Broncos (1890) *Washington Statesmen/Senators (1892-1899 *Brooklyn Superbas (1899-1901) *Detroit Tigers (1902-1903) *New York Highlanders (1904-1907) *Boston Americans/Red Sox (1907-1908) *Cleveland Naps (1908, 1910) *Detroit Tigers (1912) As Manager *Washington Senators (1898) *Boston Americans/Red Sox (1907-1908) *Cleveland Naps (1909-1911)

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James Thomas "Deacon" McGuire (November 18, 1863 - October 31, 1936) was a catcher, manager and coach in Major League Baseball who spent over a quarter of a century playing professional baseball in a much-traveled career which saw him set several records for durability. His record of playing in 26 major league seasons was unmatched until 1993, and he established a major league record for career games caught which stood until 1925; his record of 1859 career assists as a catcher remains the major league record.

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National SCLC leader to speak at local banquet - Dayton Daily News Tweet this news
Dayton Daily News--Mr. Jacob R. Jernigan, a -deacon- at St. Benedict; Treasurer Beverly Daniels; Dana Patterson, director of Wright State University's Bolinga Cultural Resources ... - Date : Fri, 12 Nov 2010 02:33:35 GMT+00:00
Danny McGuire: Further improvement needed if we are to overcome Warriors - Yorkshire Post Tweet this news
Yorkshire Post--I don't think they signed anybody - apart from Paul -Deacon- - after last season but the squad has just improved out of sight under Michael -Maguire-. ... - Date : Fri, 28 May 2010 07:58:12 GMT+00:00
Deacon blue over injury lay-off - Wigan Today Tweet this news
Wigan Today--One positive on the injury front for coach Michael -Maguire- has been the return of Amos Roberts. The full-back was in scorching form earlier this season and ... - Date : Fri, 04 Jun 2010 09:31:11 GMT+00:00
Maguire: Deacon will come good - Wigan Today Tweet this news
Wigan Today--MICHAEL -Maguire- is confident that Paul -Deacon- can have a big influence on the Warriors side in the second half of this season. The former Great Britain ... - Date : Thu, 27 May 2010 10:52:23 GMT+00:00
Bigger role for Hampo - Wigan Today Tweet this news
Wigan Today--“We can also utilise the other junior coaches and we've also got Paul -Deacon- (who has a combined playing and coaching deal) as well. ... - Date : Thu, 10 Jun 2010 08:27:26 GMT+00:00
BITS & pieces - Montreal Gazette Tweet this news
Montreal Gazette---...- first non-pitcher to make a play for 12 teams: "Stairs beat the old mark of 11 teams set in 1912 by -Deacon McGuire- and more recently by Alyssa Milano."--- - Date : Sun, 25 Apr 2010 06:50:13 GMT+00:00
Furious Fielden slams 'dire' performace - Wigan Today Tweet this news
Wigan Today--Fielden, like -Maguire-, refused to use the absences of the likes of Thomas Leuluai, Paul -Deacon-, Martin Gleeson, Harrison Hansen, Andy Coley and Amos Roberts ... - Date : Tue, 27 Apr 2010 09:53:13 GMT+00:00

Preceded by
Bob Unglaub
Boston Red Sox Manager
1907-1908
Succeeded by
Fred Lake
Preceded by
Nap Lajoie
Cleveland Naps Manager
1909-1911
Succeeded by
George Stovall

Brooklyn Superbas 1899 National League Champions

John Anderson * Doc Casey * Bill Dahlen * Tom Daly * Jack Dunn * Duke Farrell * Jay Hughes * Hughie Jennings * Fielder Jones * Willie Keeler * Joe Kelley * Brickyard Kennedy * Dan McGann * Deacon McGuire * Doc McJames * Joe Yeager
Manager Ned Hanlon

Brooklyn Superbas 1900 National League Champions

Lave Cross * Bill Dahlen * Tom Daly * Gene DeMontreville * Jack Dunn * Duke Farrell * Harry Howell * Hughie Jennings * Fielder Jones * Willie Keeler * Joe Kelley * Brickyard Kennedy * Frank Kitson * Joe McGinnity * Deacon McGuire * Jerry Nops * Jimmy Sheckard * Gus Weyhing
Manager Ned Hanlon

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

Cleveland Indians managers

Cleveland Blues (1901)McAleer
Cleveland Bronchos (1902 1904)Armour
Cleveland Naps (1905 1914)Lajoie * McGuire * Stovall * Davis * Birmingham
Cleveland Indians (1915 present)Birmingham * Fohl * Speaker * McCallister * Peckinpaugh * Johnson * O'Neill * Vitt * Boudreau * Lopez * Farrell * Bragan * Gordon * Dykes * McGaha * Tebbetts * Strickland * Adcock * Dark * Lipon * Aspromonte * Robinson * Torborg * Garcia * Ferraro * Corrales * Edwards * Hart * McNamara * Hargrove * Manuel * Skinner * Wedge * Acta

Boston Red Sox captains

Deacon McGuire * Doc Gessler * Harry Lord * Heinie Wagner * Jake Stahl * Jack Barry * Dick Hoblitzel * Harry Hooper * Everett Scott * Del Pratt * George Burns * Mike Menosky * Jimmie Foxx * Carl Yastrzemski * Jim Rice * Jason Varitek



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