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Charlie Jamieson

Charlie Jamieson
Outfielder
Born: (1893-02-07)February 7, 1893
Paterson, New Jersey
Died: October 27, 1969(1969-10-27) (aged 76)
Paterson, New Jersey
Batted: Left Threw: Left
MLB debut
September 20, 1915, for the Washington Senators
Last MLB appearance
July 17, 1932, for the Cleveland Indians
MLB statistics
Batting Average .303
Home runs 18
Runs batted in 552
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Charles Devine Jamieson (Cuckoo Jamieson) (February 7, 1893, Paterson, New Jersey – October 27, 1969) was an American baseball player, an outfielder for the Washington Senators (1915–17), Philadelphia Athletics (1917–18) and Cleveland Indians (1919–32).

Contents

  • Professional career 1
    • 1922 1.1
    • 1923 1.2
    • 1924 1.3
    • 1927 1.4
    • Overall 1.5
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Professional career

He helped the Cleveland Indians win the 1920 World Series.

1922

He finished 19th in voting for the 1922 American League ("AL") MVP for playing in 145 Games and had 567 At Bats, 87 Runs, 183 Hits, 29 Doubles, 11 Triples, 3 Home Runs, 57 RBI, 15 Stolen Bases, 54 Walks, .323 Batting Average, .388 On-base percentage, .429 Slugging Percentage, 243 Total Bases and 14 Sacrifice Hits.

1923

He finished 6th in voting for the 1923 AL MVP for leading the League in At Bats (644), Hits (222) and Singles (172). He also played in 152 games, had 130 Runs, 36 Doubles, 12 Triples, 2 Home Runs, 51 RBI, 18 Stolen Bases, 80 Walks, .345 Batting Average, .422 On-base percentage, .447 Slugging Percentage, 288 Total Bases and 12 Sacrifice Hits. His 172 Singles in 1923 is still an Indians' team single season record.

1924

He finished 3rd in voting for the 1924 AL MVP for leading the League in Singles (168) and playing in 143 games and having 594 At Bats, 98 Runs, 213 Hits, 34 Doubles, 8 Triples, 3 Home Runs, 54 RBI, 21 Stolen Bases, 47 Walks, .359 Batting Average, .407 On-base percentage, .458 Slugging Percentage, 272 Total Bases and 17 Sacrifice Hits.

1927

He finished 18th in voting for the 1927 AL MVP for playing in 127 games and having 489 At Bats, 73 Runs, 151 Hits, 23 Doubles, 6 Triples, 36 RBI, 7 Stolen Bases, 64 Walks, .309 Batting Average, .394 On-base percentage, .380 Slugging Percentage, 186 Total Bases and 14 Sacrifice Hits.

Overall

In 18 seasons he played in 1,779 games, had 6,560 At Bats, 1,062 Runs, 1,990 Hits, 322 Doubles, 80 Triples, 18 Home Runs, 552 RBI, 131 Stolen Bases, 748 Walks, .303 Batting Average, .378 On-base percentage, .385 Slugging Percentage, 2,526 Total Bases and 145 Sacrifice Hits.

Jamieson is the only outfielder who initiated a triple play twice in 1 year. On May 23, 1928, his triple helped the Indians defeat the Chicago White Sox, and he repeated the feat in a 7–3 loss to the New York Yankees on June 9.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://research.sabr.org/journals/fielding-feats

External links

  • Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)
  • from Baseballlibrary.com
  • From "The Ballplayers"[1]
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