|Born: May 10, 1863
|Died: January 28, 1923
|August 24, 1886, for the New York Metropolitans|
|Last MLB appearance|
|June 29, 1887, for the New York Metropolitans|
|Runs batted in||42|
John F. Meister (May 10, 1863 – January 17, 1923) was an American baseball player. Meister played two seasons in Major League Baseball, 1886–87, for the New York Metropolitans, primarily as a second baseman.
He was listed in the Allentown, Pennsylvania directory of 1888 as a "professional" baseball player. He was the third son of Charles and Louisa Meister. After his baseball career was over, John Meister owned a liquor store, a tavern, and then a restaurant.
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