Ed Pabst

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Edward D. A. Pabst

  • Bats Unknown, Throws Unknown
  • Height 5' 11", Weight 170 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Ed Pabst hit well during his 12 major league games. His long minor league career ran through 1904 with many different teams, and he managed the Atlanta Firemen of the Southern Association in 1902.

"Ed Pabst, the new first baseman, comes out of the Western League, and is as fine a baseman as one wants to see, also a hard hitter and general favorite . . ." - Sporting Life of August 3, 1895 by the paper's Montgomery correspondent

"Ed Pabst, who is managing the Atlanta team and playing first base, is hitting the ball as hard and timely as ever." - from Sporting Life of May 24, 1902, which also carried the news that Pabst was tossed out of the park by a policeman on May 9 for disorderly conduct. Several other Atlanta players were removed from the game

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