August 27, 1894|
St. Louis, Missouri
|Died: March 15, 1982
San Rafael, California
|September 23, 1915, for the Chicago Cubs|
|Last MLB appearance|
|August 20, 1928, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Runs batted in||88|
Edward Joseph Mulligan (August 27, 1894 - March 15, 1982) born in St. Louis, Missouri was a third baseman for the Chicago Cubs (1915–16), Chicago White Sox (1921-22) and Pittsburgh Pirates (1928). He went to school at Saint Louis University.
He led the American League in outs (508) in 1921.
In 5 seasons he played in 350 Games and had 1,235 at-bats, 143 runs, 287 hits, 41 doubles, 24 triples, 1 home run, 88 RBIs, 23 stolen bases, 70 walks, .232 batting average, .278 On-base percentage, .307 slugging percentage, 379 total bases and 76 sacrifice hits.
In 1964 he was presented with the King of Baseball award given by Minor League Baseball.
He died in San Rafael, California at the age of 87.
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