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Hank Gowdy

MLB Player information
NameHank Gowdy
PositionCatcher
BatsRight
ThrowsRight
MLB debutSeptember 13, 1910 for the New York Giants
Last MLB appearanceAugust 29, 1930 for the Boston Braves
Career statistics
Batting average.270
Home runs21
Runs batted in322
Teams
* New York Giants (1910 1911) * Boston Braves (1911 1917, 1919 1923) * New York Giants 1923 1925) * Boston Braves (1929 1930)

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Henry Morgan Gowdy (August 24, 1889 - August 1, 1966) was a professional baseball catcher and a first baseman who played in the major leagues for the New York Giants and the Boston Braves. He was best known for being the first active major leaguer to enlist for service in World War I, and for being a member of the 1914 "Miracle" Boston Braves.

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Preceded by
Bill McKechnie
Cincinnati Reds Manager
1946
Succeeded by
Johnny Neun

Boston Braves 1914 World Series Champions

Ted Cather * Joe Connolly * Charlie Deal * Josh Devore * Johnny Evers * Larry Gilbert * Hank Gowdy * Bill James * Les Mann * Rabbit Maranville * Herbie Moran * Dick Rudolph * Butch Schmidt * Lefty Tyler * Possum Whitted

Cincinnati Reds 1940 World Series Champions

3 Jimmie Wilson * 4 Ernie Lombardi * 6 Bill Baker * 10 Frank McCormick * 11 Lonny Frey * 12 Billy Myers * 15 Lew Riggs * 17 Eddie Joost * 18 Billy Werber * 20 Mike McCormick * 21 Morrie Arnovich * 22 Jimmy Ripple * 23 Harry Craft * 24 Ival Goodman * 30 Paul Derringer * 31 Bucky Walters * 33 Johnny Vander Meer * 34 Jim Turner * 35 Whitey Moore * 39 Junior Thompson * 40 Johnny Hutchings * 41 Elmer Riddle * 43 Joe Beggs
Manager 1 Bill McKechnie
Coaches: Hank Gowdy * Jimmie Wilson

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