Shelby County, Tennessee
|Died: December 27, 1898|
|May 1, 1884, for the Indianapolis Hoosiers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 22, 1891, for the Columbus Solons|
After playing several years of minor league baseball, Sneed returned to the AA in 1890 with the Toledo Maumees. After just nine games, he was picked up by the Columbus Solons, where he was installed as the team's regular right fielder. Overall, 1890 was Sneed's best season statistically, as he batted .286 with 2 home runs and 69 RBI.
In 1891, Sneed remained the Solons' regular right fielder for most of the season. He played 99 games, but his batting average slipped to .257. The Solons and the AA folded at the end of the season, and Sneed never played in the majors after that.
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