|Born: August 27, 1892|
|Died: March 1, 1962 (aged 69)|
|July 9, 1911, for the Boston Red Sox|
|Last MLB appearance|
|October 1, 1922, for the Brooklyn Robins|
|Runs batted in||210|
Harold Chandler Janvrin (August 27, 1892 – March 1, 1962) born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, was a utility infielder for the Boston Red Sox (1911 and 1913–17), Washington Senators (1919), St. Louis Cardinals (1919–21) and Brooklyn Robins (1921–22).
He helped the Red Sox win the 1915 and 1916 World Series.
In 10 seasons he played in 759 Games and had 2,221 At Bats, 250 Runs, 515 Hits, 68 Doubles, 18 Triples, 6 Home Runs, 210 RBI, 79 Stolen Bases, 171 Walks, .232 Batting Average, .292 On-base percentage, .287 Slugging Percentage, 637 Total Bases and 104 Sacrifice Hits.
He died in Boston, Massachusetts, at the age of 69.
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- 1892 births
- 1962 deaths
- Boston Red Sox players
- Washington Senators (1901–1960) players
- St. Louis Cardinals players
- Brooklyn Robins players
- Baseball players from Massachusetts
- Major League Baseball shortstops
- Major League Baseball second basemen
- Sportspeople from Haverhill, Massachusetts
- Jersey City Skeeters players
- Buffalo Bisons (minor league) players
- Seattle Indians players
- Indianapolis Indians players
- Kansas City Blues (baseball) players