Larry Schlafly

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Larry Schlafly
Second baseman/Manager
Born: (1878-09-19)September 19, 1878
Port Washington, Ohio
Died: June 27, 1919(1919-06-27) (aged 40)
Beach City, Ohio
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
September 18, 1902, for the Chicago Orphans
Last MLB appearance
October 10, 1914, for the Buffalo Buffeds
MLB statistics
Hits 158
RBIs 58
Batting average .240

As Player

As Manager

Harry Fenton "Larry" Schlafly (September 19, 1878 – June 27, 1919) was an American Major League Baseball player and manager born in Port Washington, Ohio. Larry entered the majors with a brief stint with the Chicago Orphans in 1902. He didn't play in the majors again until 1906 when he played for the Washington Senators. Statistically, it was his best season of his career, playing in 123 games, hit .246, and stole 29 bases. After playing sparingly for the Senators in 1907, he again disappeared from the majors until emerging as the player-manager for the Buffalo Buffeds of the Federal League in 1914. He would stay on the next season as the manager only.[1][2]

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