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Freeman, Julie

Julius Benjamin Freeman

Freeman is listed as Jewish in the encyclopedia of JEWS in sports; but one of the encyclopedia's authors, Jesse Silver, has recently confirmed that more recent research shows that Freeman was not, in fact, Jewish.

Birth and Death Dates:
November 7, 1868 -- June 10, 1921

Career Highlights:
Freeman's entire major league career consisted of pitching 6.1 innings in one game for St. Louis of the American Association in 1888. In his one game, he went one for three as a hitter, so his career batting average was .333. His game (and career) earned run average was 4.26. He did strike out one batter, too.

Career Dates:
One game in 1888

Position:
Pitcher.

Physical description:
Right-handed.

Career Statistics:
Wins: 0 Losses: 1 Winning pct.: .000 ERA: 4.26 Games: 1 Games Started: 1 Complete Games: 0 Innings Pitched: 6.1 Hits Allowed: 7 Bases-on-Balls: 4 Strike Outs: 1 Shut-outs: 0 Relief Pitching Wins: 0 Losses: 0 Saves: 0 Batting At-bats: 3 Hits: 1 Home Runs: 0 Batting Average: .333 Fielding Statistics Put-outs: 0 Assists: 1 Errors: 0 Double Plays: 0 Total Chances per Game: 1.0 Fielding avg: 1.000


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