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John Carbine John Carbine
Full name: John C. Carbine
Born: October 12, 1855, Syracuse, New York
Died September 11, 1915, Forest Park, Illinois
Buried at Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Evanston, Illinois
First Game: May 8, 1875; Final Game: June 1, 1876
Bat: Unknown Throw: Unknown Height: 6' 0" Weight: 187
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Batting RecordBatting Record
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO   SB   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
1875 WES n                10    36    0    3   0   0   0    2    0    1    0  .083  .083  .083  -0.4 1875 WES n
1876 LOU N                 7    25    3    4   0   0   0    1    0    0       .160  .160  .160  -0.3 1876 LOU N
Total NA                  10    36    0    3   0   0   0    2    0    1    0  .083  .083  .083  -0.4 Total NA        
Total NL                   7    25    3    4   0   0   0    1    0    0       .160  .160  .160  -0.3 Total NL        
Total                     17    61    3    7   0   0   0    3    0    1    0i .115  .115  .115  -0.7 Total
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO   SB   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
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Fielding RecordFielding Record
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG  LF-G CF-G RF-G
1875 WES n        1B   10   112    3    6    4  .950
1876 LOU N        1B    6    71    1   10    4  .878
1876 LOU N        OF    1     1    1    0    1 1.000     0    0    1 
Total             1B   16   183    4   16    8  .921
Total             OF    1     1    1    0    1 1.000     0    0    1 
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG  LF-G CF-G RF-G


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