Harry Lyons with Billy Tailer, Trainer
March 25, 1866|
|Died: June 29, 1912
Mauricetown, New Jersey
|Batted: Right||Threw: Right|
|August 29, 1887 for the Philadelphia Quakers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 4, 1893 for the New York Giants|
Harry Pratt Lyons (March 25, 1866 – June 30, 1912) born in Chester, Pennsylvania, was an Outfielder for the Philadelphia Quakers (1887), St. Louis Browns (1887–88), New York Giants (1889 and 1892–93) and Rochester Broncos (1890).
He helped the Browns win the 1887 and 1888 American Association Pennants and the Giants win the 1889 championship.
He led the American Association in At Bats (584) and Outs (432) in 1890.
In 6 seasons he played in 407 Games and had 1,713 At Bats, 246 Runs, 401 Hits, 31 Doubles, 21 Triples, 7 Home Runs, 198 RBI, 120 Stolen Bases, 97 Walks, .234 Batting Average, .277 On-base percentage, .289 Slugging Percentage and 495 Total Bases.
He died in Mauricetown, New Jersey at the age of 46.
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