Columbus Buckeyes (AA)
The Columbus Buckeyes were a baseball team in the American Association from 1883 to 1884. In two seasons they won 101 games and lost 104 for a winning percentage of .493. Their home games were played at Recreation Park in Columbus, Ohio.
The Buckeyes were managed by Horace Phillips in 1883 (32-65) and Gus Schmelz in 1884 (69-39). Some of their top players were pitchers Ed "Cannonball" Morris, Frank Mountain, and Ed Dundon, the first deaf player in the major leagues, and outfielder Tom Brown.
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