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Stuffy McInnis

Stuffy McInnis
Stuffy McInnis with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1925.
MLB Player information
NameStuffy McInnis
PositionFirst baseman
BatsRight
ThrowsRight
MLB debutApril 12, 1909 for the Philadelphia Athletics
Last MLB appearanceAugust 1, 1927 for the Philadelphia Phillies
Career statistics
Batting average.307
Hits2405
RBI1063
Stolen bases172
Teams
*Philadelphia Athletics (1909-1917) *Boston Red Sox (1918-1921) *Cleveland Indians (1922) *Boston Braves (1923-1924) *Pittsburgh Pirates (1925-1926) *Philadelphia Phillies (1927)

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John Phalen "Stuffy" McInnis (September 19, 1890 - February 16, 1960) was a first baseman and manager in Major League Baseball.

McInnis gained his nickname as a youngster in the Boston suburban leagues, where his spectacular playing brought shouts of "that's the stuff, kid".

From 1909-27, McInnis played for the Philadelphia Athletics (1909 17), Boston Red Sox (1918 21), Cleveland Indians (1922), Boston Braves (1923 24), Pittsburgh Pirates (1925 26) and Philadelphia Phillies (1927). He batted and threw right-handed.

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Preceded by
Art Fletcher
Philadelphia Phillies Manager
1927
Succeeded by
Burt Shotton

Philadelphia Athletics 1911 World Series Champions

Frank Baker * Jack Barry * Chief Bender * Eddie Collins * Jack Coombs * Harry Davis * Jack Lapp * Bris Lord * Stuffy McInnis * Danny Murphy * Rube Oldring * Eddie Plank * Lefty Russell * Amos Strunk * Ira Thomas

Philadelphia Athletics 1913 World Series Champions

Frank Baker * Jack Barry * Chief Bender * Joe Bush * Eddie Collins * Jack Lapp * Stuffy McInnis * Eddie Murphy * Rube Oldring * Eddie Plank * Wally Schang * Amos Strunk

Boston Red Sox 1918 World Series Champions

Sam Agnew * Joe Bush * Jean Dubuc * Harry Hooper * Sam Jones * Carl Mays * Stuffy McInnis * Hack Miller * Babe Ruth * Wally Schang * Everett Scott * Dave Shean * Amos Strunk * Fred Thomas * George Whiteman

Pittsburgh Pirates 1925 World Series Champions

Babe Adams * Vic Aldridge * Clyde Barnhart * Carson Bigbee * Max Carey * Kiki Cuyler * Johnny Gooch * George Grantham * Ray Kremer * Stuffy McInnis * Lee Meadows * Eddie Moore * Johnny Morrison * Red Oldham * Earl Smith * Pie Traynor * Glenn Wright * Emil Yde

Philadelphia Phillies managers

Ferguson * Purcell * Wright * Clements * Reach * Allen * Wright * Irwin * Nash * Stallings * Shettsline * Zimmer * Duffy * Murray * Dooin * Moran * Coombs * Cravath * Donovan * Wilhelm * Fletcher * McInnis * Shotton * Wilson * Prothro * Lobert * Harris * Fitzsimmons * Chapman * Sawyer * O'Neill * Moore * Smith * Sawyer * Mauch * Skinner * Myatt * Lucchesi * Owens * Ozark * Green * Corrales * Owens * Felske * Elia * Vukovich * Leyva * Fregosi * Francona * Bowa * Varsho * Manuel



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