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Patsy Tebeau First baseman/Third baseman/Manager Born: December 5, 1864(1864-12-05) St. Louis, Missouri Died: May 15, 1918(1918-05-15) (aged 53) St. Louis, Missouri Batted: Right Threw: Right  MLB debut September 20, 1887 for the Chicago White Stockings Last MLB appearance June 12, 1900 for the St. Louis Cardinals Career statistics Batting average     .279 Home runs     27 Hits     1290 Runs batted in     735 Stolen bases     164 Managerial record     726-583 Teams As player Chicago White Stockings (1887) Cleveland Spiders (1889, 1891-1898) Cleveland Infants (1890) St. Louis Perfectos/Cardinals (1899-1900) As Manager Cleveland Infants (1890) Cleveland Spiders (1891-1898) St. Louis Perfectos/Cardinals (1899-1900) Career highlights and awards Oliver Wendell Tebeau (December 5, 1864 - May 15, 1918) was an American first and third baseman and manager in Major League Baseball. Tebeau batted and threw right-handed. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Tebeau reached the majors in 1887 with the Chicago White Stockings, spending one year with them before moving to the Cleveland Spiders (1889) and Cleveland Infants (1890). He played again with the Spiders (1891–98) and for the St. Louis Perfectos/Cardinals (1899–1900). His most productive season came in 1893 with the Spiders, when he hit a .329 batting average with 102 RBI. In a 13-season career, Tebeau was a .279 hitter (1290-for-4618) with 27 home runs and 735 RBI in 1167 games, including 671 runs, 196 doubles, 57 triples, and 164 stolen bases. During his playing career, he posted a 726-583 record managing for the Infants (1890), Spiders (1891–98) and Perfectos/Cardinals (1899–1900). While the manager of the Spiders in 1894 and 1895, Tebeau managed his older brother George Tebeau, who was an outfielder and first baseman for the Spiders.[1] Tebeau shot and killed himself in St. Louis, following a period of illness, at the age of 53. See also List of Major League Baseball leaders in career stolen bases References ^ "George Tebeau". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference, LLC. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/t/tebeage01.shtml. Retrieved 2009-07-26.  External links Baseball Fever Baseball Library Baseball Reference BR Bullpen Retrosheet The Deadball Era v · d · eSt. Louis Cardinals managers St. Louis Brown Stockings (1882) Cuthbert St. Louis Browns (1882–1898) Sullivan • Comiskey • Williams • Comiskey • McCarthy • Kerins • Roseman • Campau • Gerhardt • Comiskey • Glasscock • Stricker • Crooks • Gore • Caruthers • Watkins • Miller • Buckenberger • Von der Ahe • Quinn • Phelan • Diddlebock • Latham • Von der Ahe • Connor • Dowd • Nicol • Hallman • Von der Ahe • Hurst St. Louis Perfectos (1899) Tebeau St. Louis Cardinals (1900–present) Tebeau • Heilbroner • Donovan • Nichols • Burke • Robison • McCloskey • Bresnahan • Huggins • Hendricks • Rickey • Hornsby • O'Farrell • McKechnie • Southworth • Street • Frisch • Gonzalez • Blades • Dyer • Marion • Stanky • Walker • Hutchinson • Hack • Hemus • Keane • Schoendienst • Rapp • Krol • Boyer • Herzog • Torre • Jorgensen • La Russa Persondata Name Tebeau, Patsy Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 5, 1864 Place of birth St. Louis, Missouri Date of death May 15, 1918 Place of death St. Louis, Missouri