|Second baseman/Third baseman|
December 18, 1876|
|Died: March 13, 1932
|July 10, 1896, for the Louisville Colonels|
|Last MLB appearance|
|June 2, 1908, for the New York Giants|
|Runs batted in||253|
|Career highlights and awards|
Samuel Strang Nicklin (December 16, 1876 – March 13, 1932) born in Chattanooga, Tennessee was a Utility Player for the Louisville Colonels (1896), Chicago Orphans (1900 and 1902), New York Giants (1901 and 1905–08), Chicago White Sox (1902) and Brooklyn Superbas (1903–04).
He helped the Giants win the 1905 World Series.
Strang led the National League in On-base percentage (.423) in 1906.
In 10 seasons he played in 903 Games and had 2,933 At Bats, 479 Runs, 790 Hits, 112 Doubles, 28 Triples, 16 Home Runs, 253 RBI, 216 Stolen Bases, 464 Walks, .269 Batting Average, .377 On-base percentage, .343 Slugging Percentage, 1,006 Total Bases and 72 Sacrifice Hits.
- List of Major League Baseball career stolen bases leaders
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
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