|Born: December 25, 1850|
Brooklyn, New York
|Died: May 10, 1881 (aged 30)|
New York, New York
|April 30, 1872, for the Boston Red Stockings|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 16, 1873, for the Boston Red Stockings|
|Career highlights and awards|
Fraley W. Rogers (December 25, 1850 – May 10, 1881) was an American baseball player at the dawn of the professional era. He played primarily for the amateur Star club of Brooklyn. In 1872 he moved to right field for the Boston Red Stockings in the National Association of Professional Base Ball Players, the first professional league now in its second season.
Boston won the championship. It was Rogers' only full season with the pros, but he did play in two games for the Red Stockings in 1873.
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