October 14, 1868|
St. Louis County, Missouri
|Died: January 26, 1906
Kansas City, Missouri
|July 18, 1894, for the Brooklyn Grooms|
|Last MLB appearance|
|August 30, 1894, for the Brooklyn Grooms|
Underwood appeared in seven games for the Brooklyn Grooms of the National League, starting six of them and completing five. He gave up 110 baserunners (80 hits and 30 walks) in just 47 innings. He also gave up 62 runs, but only 41 of them were earned runs.
Despite his struggles he did win two games for Brooklyn...July 21 against the Philadelphia Phillies (8-7) and July 28 against the Washington Senators (9-5). He was more successful with the bat, as he went 7-for-18 for a batting average of .389.
Underwood died at the age of 37 in Kansas City, Missouri.
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