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Earl Naylor Earl Naylor
Full name: Earl Eugene Naylor
Born: May 19, 1919, Kansas City, Missouri
Died January 16, 1990, Winter Haven, Florida
Buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis, Minnesota
First Game: April 15, 1942; Final Game: May 14, 1946
Bat: Right Throw: Right Height: 6' 0" Weight: 190
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Earl Naylor
Batting RecordBatting Record
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP  SH GDP   SB   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
1942 PHI N                76   168    9   33   4   1   0   14   11   18   0   3   7    1  .196  .246  .232  -1.6 1942 PHI N
1943 PHI N                33   120   12   21   2   0   3   14   12   16   1   1   8    1  .175  .256  .267  -0.6 1943 PHI N
1946 BRO N                 3     2    1    0   0   0   0    0    0    1   0   0   1    0  .000  .000  .000  -0.1 1946 BRO N
Total                    112   290   22   54   6   1   3   28   23   35   1   4  16    2  .186  .248  .245  -2.3 Total
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP  SH GDP   SB   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team

Pitching RecordPitching Record
Year Team                  G  GS  CG SHO  GF  SV   IP      H   BFP  HR    R   ER   BB   SO  SH  WP HPB  BK   W   L    ERA    PW Year Team
1942 PHI N                20   4   1   0  12   0   60.1   68   272   5   43   41   29   19   5   2   0   1   0   5   6.12  -1.2 1942 PHI N

Fielding RecordFielding Record
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG  LF-G CF-G RF-G
1942 PHI N        OF   34    59    1    1    0  .984     2   22   11 
1942 PHI N         P   20     7   10    0    0 1.000
1943 PHI N        OF   33   101    6    4    2  .964     0   33    0 
Total             OF   67   160    7    5    2  .971     2   55   11 
Total              P   20     7   10    0    0 1.000
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG  LF-G CF-G RF-G

TransactionsTransactions
Granted free agency (April 1, 1938).

Signed by St. Louis Cardinals (April 15, 1938).

Traded by Philadelphia Phillies with Danny Litwhiler to St. Louis Cardinals in
exchange for Buster Adams, Coaker Triplett and Dain Clay (June 1, 1943).

Claimed on waivers by Brooklyn Dodgers from St. Louis Cardinals (April 23, 1946).


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