|Born: June 15, 1865
Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts
|Died: December 27, 1907
|April 19, 1890, for the Chicago Colts|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 4, 1890, for the Chicago Colts|
James Pratt Andrews (June 5, 1865 – December 27, 1907) was a Major League Baseball right fielder in 1890 for the Chicago Colts of the National League. He was a native of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts.
In 1890, his only Major League season, Andrews was in the starting lineup for the first 2½ months (April 19 – July 4) of the 5½ month season. In 53 games he was just 38-for-202, a batting average of .188. He had 3 home runs, 17 RBI, and scored 32 runs. An average fielder for the era, he handled 90 out of 100 chances successfully for a fielding percentage of .900.
To give some perspective to his value to the team, the Colts were 29-28 during his time with them, and 54-25 after he was gone.
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