By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
In this spotlight story, we’ll look back on the baseball career of Fred Abbott. He had a three-year career.
The Versailles, Ohio native played for the Cleveland Naps and the Philadelphia Phillies in his career. He played two seasons for the Naps, before playing one season with the Phillies.
In his first season with the Naps in 1903, he appeared in 77 games. He had a .235 batting average with one home run and 25 RBIs. He also had 11 doubles, three triples on 60 hits, while scoring 25 runs.
After that one game, he had his playing time diminished in his next season with the Naps. He had a .169 batting average with 12 RBIs in 41 games. He also had four doubles and two triples on 22 hits, while scoring 14 runs.
His final season in MLB came in 1905 with the Phillies. He had a .195 batting average with 12 RBIs in 42 games. He also had six doubles and one triple on 25 hits, while scoring nine runs.
Abbott died on June 11, 1935 at 60-years-old. He is buried at Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in North Hollywood, California. His burial site is also known as the Portal of the Folded Wings Shrine to Aviation, as several barnstormers, daredevils, sundry architects of aviation are also buried there with Abbott.
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