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Tip O'Neill

Tip O'Neill

James Edward "Tip" O'Neill was a Canadian professional baseball player from approximately 1875 to 1892. He began playing organized baseball in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, and later played 10 years in Major League Baseball, principally as a left fielder, but also as a pitcher, for four major league clubs. While playing with the St. Louis Browns from 1884 to 1889, O'Neill helped the club compile a 516–247 record while also winning four pennants and the 1886 World Series. O'Neill won two American Association batting championships during those years and became the second person in major league history to hit for a triple crown, leading the league in 1887 with a .435 batting avera ... more on Wikipedia

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