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Charlie Morton Charlie Morton
Full name: Charles Hazen Morton
Born: October 12, 1854, Kingsville, Ohio
Died December 9, 1921, Massillon, Ohio
Buried at Glendale Cemetery, Akron, Ohio
First Game: May 2, 1882; Final Game: June 23, 1885
Managed First Game: May 1, 1884; Managed Final Game: October 13, 1890
Umpired First Game: July 31, 1884; Umpired Final Game: June 21, 1886
Bat: Right Throw: Right Weight: 150
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Batting RecordBatting Record
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
1882 PIT a                25   103   12   29   0   3   0    0    5           .282  .315  .340   0.2 1882 PIT a
1882 STL a                 9    32    2    2   0   1   0    0    2           .063  .118  .125  -0.7 1882 STL a
1882 TOT a                34   135   14   31   0   4   0    0    7           .230  .268  .289  -0.5 1882 TOT a
1884 TOL a                32   111   11   18   6   2   0    0    7        0  .162  .212  .252  -0.5 1884 TOL a
1885 DET N                22    79    9   14   1   2   0    3    5   10      .177  .226  .241  -0.4 1885 DET N
Total NL                  22    79    9   14   1   2   0    3    5   10      .177  .226  .241  -0.4 Total NL        
Total AA                  66   246   25   49   6   6   0    0   14        0i .199  .242  .272  -1.0 Total AA        
Total                     88   325   34   63   7   8   0    3   19   10i  0i .194  .238  .265  -1.4 Total
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
i - incomplete

Pitching RecordPitching Record
Year Team                  G  GS  CG SHO  GF  SV   IP      H   BFP  HR    R   ER   BB   SO  WP HBP   W   L    ERA    PW Year Team
1884 TOL a                 3   1   1   0   2   0   23.1   18    92   0   14    8    5    7   0   1   0   1   3.09   0.0 1884 TOL a

Fielding RecordFielding Record
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG  LF-G CF-G RF-G
1882 PIT a        OF   25    31    9    9    0  .816     0   25    0 
1882 PIT a        3B    3     0    4    1    0  .800
1882 PIT a        SS    1     0    0    0    0     -
1882 STL a        2B    7     6   11    7    1  .708
1882 STL a        OF    3     5    1    1    0  .857     1    2    0 
1882 TOT a        CF                               -
1882 TOT a        OF   28    36   10   10    0  .821     1   27    0 
1884 TOL a        3B   16    14   17    5    1  .861
1884 TOL a        OF   15    19    4    3    0  .885    14    0    1 
1884 TOL a         P    3     0    1    0    0 1.000
1884 TOL a        2B    1     0    4    0    0 1.000
1885 DET N        3B   18    20   37   19    2  .750
1885 DET N        SS    4     3   20    3    2  .885
Total             OF   43    55   14   13    0  .841    15   27    1 
Total             3B   37    34   58   25    3  .786
Total             2B    8     6   15    7    1  .750
Total             SS    5     3   20    3    2  .885
Total              P    3     0    1    0    0 1.000
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG  LF-G CF-G RF-G

Managerial RecordManagerial Record
Year Team     G    W    L   PCT    RS    RA  START    END  STANDING
1884 TOL a  110   46   58  .442   460   571                  8
1885 DET N   38    7   31  .184   183   270          6-24    9  7
1890 TOL a  134   68   64  .515   738   690                  4
Total       282  121  153  .442  1381  1531
Year Team     G    W    L   PCT    RS    RA  START    END  STANDING

                           Umpiring Record
Year LG
1884 AA 
1886 AA 

TransactionsTransactions
Sold by Toledo Blue Stockings to St. Louis Browns with Sam Barkley, Tony Mullane,
Tom Poorman and Curt Welch for $2500 (only $1909.30 paid) (October 24, 1884).

Released by St. Louis Browns (1885).


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