Tom Brown (center fielder)

Tom Brown (Center Fielder)

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Thomas Tarlton Brown (September 21, 1860 – October 25, 1927) was an Anglo-American center fielder in Major League Baseball. Born in Liverpool, he played for 17 seasons, a career in which he batted .265 while scoring 1,521 runs with 1,951 hits. Upon his retirement he served as an umpire, working mostly in the National League in 1898 and 1901-1902.


In June , Tom signed with the Baltimore Orioles, of the American Association, as non-drafted free agent. As a right fielder, he hit one home run with 23 runs batted in for that season with Baltimore. He was a right fielder for most of his early career, he switched over to center later in his career. and Brown was sent to the Columbus Buckeyes in an unknown transaction before the season. He played two season in Columbus, both of which he hit five home runs and drove in 32 RBIs. His best season with them occurred in , when he batted .273 and scored 93 runs in 106 games played.

On October 30, 1884, the Buckeyes went under and the team, with all of its players, were purchased by the Pittsburg Alleghenys for a sum of $8,000. Highlights of his two and a half seasons with the Alleghenys include a .307 batting average in and 51 RBIs in . However, he struggled in and was released by...
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