Everett Mills

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Everett Mills
Everett Mills 1870.jpg
First baseman
Born: (1845-01-20)January 20, 1845
Newark, New Jersey
Died: June 22, 1908(1908-06-22) (aged 63)
Newark, New Jersey
Batted: Unknown Threw: Unknown
MLB debut
May 5, 1871 for the Washington Olympics
Last MLB appearance
October 17, 1876 for the Hartford Dark Blues
Career statistics
Batting average .284
Hits 433
Runs batted in 203
Teams
  National Association of Base Ball Players
Newark Eurekas (1864–1867)
Irvington of Irvington, NJ (1868)
New York Mutuals (1868–1870)
  League player
Washington Olympics (1871)
Baltimore Canaries (18721873)
Hartford Dark Blues (18741876)
  League manager
Baltimore Canaries (1872)

Everett Mills (January 20, 1845 – June 22, 1908) was an American Major League Baseball player from Newark, New Jersey. He played in all five seasons of the National Association (18711875), and one season in the National League (1876). He played all of games in at first base save for one game in the center field.[1] In 1872, he became player-manager for the final 17 games of the season while a member of the Baltimore Canaries. The team finished in second place, and he would never manage again.[2]

Everett died in his hometown of Newark at the age of 63, and was buried at Fairmount Cemetery.[3]

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Preceded by
Bill Craver
Baltimore Canaries Managers
1872
Succeeded by
Cal McVey