October 18, 1859|
Clay Grove, Iowa
|Died: June 12, 1923
|August 3, 1882, for the Providence Grays|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 27, 1893, for the Boston Beaneaters|
|Runs batted in||423|
|Career highlights and awards|
Samuel Clifford Carroll (October 18, 1859 – June 12, 1923) was an American Major League Baseball outfielder. He played professionally for the Providence Grays, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, Washington Senators, Chicago Colts, St. Louis Browns, and Boston Beaneaters.
Carroll was born in Clay Grove, Iowa. He played his first professional game on August 3, 1882, for the Providence Grays. Carroll played professionally for eleven seasons from 1882 to 1893.
He stopped playing professionally in 1889 to be a farmer, but missed playing baseball and returned to major league baseball in 1890 with the Chicago Cubs. That season he achieved career highs in three offensive and three defensive categories. Carroll stopped playing in the majors in 1893.
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