Connie MACK

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AmericanBorn Cornelius MCGILLICUDDY

American professional baseball player, manager, and team owner

Born on December 22, 1862 in East Brookfield, Massachusetts, USA , United States

Died on February 08, 1956 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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Beginning in 1886, Mack played 10 seasons in the National League and one in the Players League, for a total of 11 seasons in the major leagues, almost entirely as a catcher.



After serving as captain of the East Brookfield town team, he played on minor league teams in the Connecticut cities of Meriden and Hartford before signing with the Washington (DC) team of the National League (variously called the Statesmen, Nationals or Senators) in 1886. In the winter of 1889, he jumped to the Buffalo team of the new Players League, the Bisons, investing his entire life savings of $500 in shares in that club. But the Players League went out of business after only a year, and Mack lost his job and his whole investment. In December 1890 Mack signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League and remained with them for the rest of his career as a full-time player.

...   Beginning in 1886, Mack played 10 seasons in the National League and one in the Players League, for a total of 11 seasons in the major leagues, almost entirely as a catcher.



After serving as captain of the East Brookfield town team, he played on minor league teams in the Connecticut cities of Meriden and Hartford before signing with the Washington (DC) team of the National League (variously called the Statesmen, Nationals or Senators) in 1886. In the winter of 1889, he jumped to the Buffalo team of the new Players League, the Bisons, investing his entire life savings of $500 in shares in that club. But the Players League went out of business after only a year, and Mack lost his job and his whole investment. In December 1890 Mack signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League and remained with them for the rest of his career as a full-time player.



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