Brooklyn, New York
|April 26, 1872, for the Middletown Mansfields|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 17, 1876, for the New York Mutuals|
Edward H. "Eddie" Booth (Born: Brooklyn, New York) was an American Major League Baseball player, who played as a right fielder for four different teams during his five-year professional baseball career.
There is nothing concrete about when he was born or died, but Peter Morris indicates that there is a possible match, a strong candidate who died in New York City on December 21, 1928, hasn't been able to prove that he’s the same man.
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