January 24, 1898|
Glen Rock, Pennsylvania
|Died: September 24, 1939
|Batted: Left||Threw: Left|
|June 4, 1918 for the St. Louis Cardinals|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 24, 1932 for the Philadelphia Phillies|
|Runs batted in||448|
|Career highlights and awards|
Clifton Earl (Cliff) Heathcote (January 24, 1898 – January 19, 1939) was a center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the St. Louis Cardinals, (1918–1922), Chicago Cubs (1922–1930), Cincinnati Reds (1931–1932) and Philadelphia Phillies (1932). Heathcote batted and threw left-handed. He was born in Glen Rock, Pennsylvania.
Heathcote is remembered, along with Max Flack, for being half of a unique player swap. On May 30, 1922, the Cardinals were playing a Memorial Day doubleheader at Cubs Park. Between games, Heathcote was traded for Flack. Both men appeared in both games that day.
- Hit for the cycle (July 13, 1918)
- Set a modern National League record by reaching base seven times in a nine-inning game (August 25, 1922).
- Appeared as the center fielder for the Chicago Cubs on August 25, 1922 when the Cubs and the Philadelphia Phillies played to a 26 to 23 Cubs win, setting the All time record for most runs scored in a single major League game. He went 5 for 5 that day, scoring 5 runs.
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