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  JockBio:Bid McPhee Biography
Bid McPhee was born on November 1, 1859 in Massena, New York, which lies a few miles from the Canadian border.
Bid was adept at cutting in front of the bag, catching the ball in his throwing hand, and then whipping a bullet right back to the catcher to nail the man trying to score from third.
Bid once again batted leadoff, and led the team with 55 steals, 82 walks and 125 runs, which ranked fifth in the N.L. His power numbers were excellent, with 16 doubles, three homers and 22 triples, which tied him for third in the league.
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 Bid McPhee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Massena, New York, McPhee entered the American Association in 1882 with the Cincinnati Red Stockings.
McPhee was cremated and his ashes were placed in the mausoleum at Cypress View Memorial Gardens in San Diego, California.
McPhee was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000 and is one of two Baseball Hall of Famers that played their entire career in Cincinnati.
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 Cincinnati Reds at Cincinnati.Com - Your Key to the City
Bid McPhee, it turns out, was married to the half-sister of Lannom's great-grandmother, which makes him her half great-granduncle, if there is such a thing.
Bid McPhee, it turns out, was married to the half-sister of Carole Lannom's great-grandmother, which makes him her half great-granduncle, if there is such a thing.
McPhee was 22 at the time, and conspicuously skilled with his left hand, which was the one he mostly fielded with.
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 Bid McPhee - BR Bullpen
Bid McPhee was a Hall of Fame second baseman best known as the last player to play the field without a fielder's glove.
McPhee was a good but not outstanding hitter, with an average batting average and power and above average on-base skill, and an excellent baserunner, with more than 500 stolen bases.
McPhee was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000 as a selection of the Veterans Committee.
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 Bid McPhee | BaseballLibrary.com
Over a career of 18 years, played entirely for Cincinnati teams in the 19th century, Bid McPhee was the best second baseman in the game.
Gloves were in general use by 1886, but McPhee resisted their use until 1897, when his career was winding down.
McPhee was a sober and sedate man, never fined or ejected from a game, and always in condition.
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 Bid McPhee | National Baseball Hall of Fame
Bid McPhee was an adept leadoff man and superior second baseman, despite playing barehanded for the majority of his 18-year big league career.
Playing his entire career in Cincinnati, McPhee batted.300 or better on four occasions and topped the 100-run mark 10 times en route to a.281 career batting average.
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 Bid McPhee Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
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 National Baseball Hall of Fame - Bid McPhee's Plaque   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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