Charles M. Eden
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 5' 8", Weight 173 lb.
- Debut August 17, 1877
- Final Game October 1, 1885
- Born January 18, 1855 in Lexington, KY USA
- Died September 17, 1920 in Cincinnati, OH USA
Charlie Eden played four years in the majors, achieving some success in 1879, with the Cleveland Blues and 1884 with the Pittsburgh Alleghenys due his ability to hit for some power. He led the National League in doubles in 1879.
Eden was mostly an outfielder but pitched in a few games and was also occasionally a left-handed third baseman or catcher.
One source says he played for Winona and St. Paul in 1877. League Alliance 1877
The book Cleveland, The Making of a City, says that Eden was on a professional team in Cleveland that was formed in 1878.
- NL Doubles Leader (1879)