Roy Grimes

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Austin Roy Grimes ["Bummer"] (September 11, 1893 – September 13, 1954) was a second baseman in Major League who played briefly for the New York Giants in 1920. Grimes batted and threw right-handed. He was born in Bergholz, Ohio.

In a one-season career, Grimes posted a .158 batting average (9-for-57) and three runs batted in with no home runs in 26 games played.

Grimes died in Guilford Lake, Ohio, at age 61.

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Grimes was the twin brother of first baseman Ray Grimes and uncle of infielder Oscar Grimes, also with major league experience.

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