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Mickey Cochrane

Mickey Cochrane

Position(s):
C, OF
Nicknames:
Black Mike
Born:
April 6, 1903
Bats:
Left
Throws:
Right
Height:
5' 10"
Weight:
180 lbs
Major League Debut:
4-14-1925 with PHA
Allstar Selections:
1928 MVP, 1934 MVP
Hall of Fame:
1947
Y team LG POS G GS PO A E DP Fld% RF9 RFG
1929 PHA AL C 135 0 659 77 13 9 .983 0 5.450
1933 PHA AL C 128 0 476 67 6 8 .989 0 4.240
1925 PHA AL C 133 0 419 79 8 9 .984 0 3.740
1930 PHA AL C 130 0 654 69 5 11 .993 0 5.560
1934 DET AL C 124 0 517 69 7 7 .988 0 4.730
1926 PHA AL C 115 0 502 90 15 9 .975 0 5.150
1931 PHA AL C 117 0 560 63 9 9 .986 0 5.320
1935 DET AL C 110 0 504 50 6 6 .989 0 5.040
1927 PHA AL C 123 0 559 85 9 11 .986 0 5.240
1932 PHA AL C 137 0 652 94 5 15 .993 0 5.450
1936 DET AL C 42 0 159 13 3 1 .983 0 4.100
1928 PHA AL C 130 0 645 71 25 8 .966 0 5.510
1932 PHA AL OF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1937 DET AL C 27 0 108 13 0 1 1.00 0 4.480
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1947 Hall of Fame, AL MVP 1928, AL MVP 1934, Al Simmons, Baseball History, Connie Mack, Detroit Tigers, Doc Cramer, Hall of Fame, Jimmie Foxx, Mickey Cochrane, Philadelphia Athletics

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