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Otto Schomberg Otto Schomberg
Full name: Otto H. Schomberg
Born: November 14, 1864, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Died May 3, 1927, Ottawa, Kansas
Buried at Graceland Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Born: as: Otto H. Shambrick
First Game: July 7, 1886; Final Game: July 14, 1888
Bat: Left Throw: Left
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Batting RecordBatting Record
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP   SB   AVG   OBP   SLG   BFW Year Team
1886 PIT a                72   246   53   67   6   6   1   29   57        4    7  .272  .417  .358   0.4 1886 PIT a
1887 IND N               112   419   91  129  18  16   5   83   56   32   6   21  .308  .397  .463   0.6 1887 IND N
1888 IND N                30   112   11   24   5   1   1   10   10   12   2    6  .214  .290  .304  -0.6 1888 IND N
Total NL                 142   531  102  153  23  17   6   93   66   44   8   27  .288  .375  .429   0.0 Total NL        
Total AA                  72   246   53   67   6   6   1   29   57        4    7  .272  .417  .358   0.4 Total AA        
Total                    214   777  155  220  29  23   7  122  123   44i 12   34  .283  .389  .407   0.4 Total
Year Team                  G    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   BB   SO HBP   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
1886 PIT a        1B   72   702    6   25   34  .966
1887 IND N        1B  112  1216   28   55   76  .958
1887 IND N        OF    1     0    0    0    0     -     0    0    1 
1888 IND N        OF   15    15    3    3    0  .857     0    0   15 
1888 IND N        1B   15   136    0    5    8  .965
Total             1B  199  2054   34   85  118  .961
Total             OF   16    15    3    3    0  .857     0    0   16 
Year Team        POS    G    PO    A  ERR   DP   AVG  LF-G CF-G RF-G

TransactionsTransactions
Traded by Pittsburgh Pirates with cash to St. Louis Maroons in exchange for Alex
McKinnon (@December 1, 1886).

Sold by St. Louis Maroons to Indianapolis Hoosiers with Henry Boyle, John Cahill,
Jerry Denny, Jack Glasscock, Egyptian Healy, John Kirby, Jack McGeachey, George
Myers and Emmett Seery (March 8, 1887).


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