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Chief Roseman Outfielder Born: July 4, 1856(1856-07-04) Brooklyn, New York Died: July 4, 1938(1938-07-04) (aged 82) Brooklyn, New York Batted: Right Threw: Right  MLB debut May 1, 1882 for the Troy Trojans Last MLB appearance August 25, 1890 for the Louisville Colonels Career statistics Batting average     .263 Home runs     17 Runs batted in     222 Teams As Player Troy Trojans (1882) New York Metropolitans (1883–1887) Philadelphia Athletics (1887) Brooklyn Grays (1887) St. Louis Browns (1890) Louisville Colonels (1890) As Manager St. Louis Browns (1890) James John "Chief" Roseman (July 4, 1856 – July 4, 1938) was an American Major League Baseball player from Brooklyn, New York who played in the outfield for six teams, mainly in American Association, during his seven season career.[1] In 1890 he was the player-manager over a short period of time for the St. Louis Browns.[2] Roseman died in 1938 in Brooklyn, New York, and is interred at St. John Cemetery in Middle Village, New York.[3] References ^ Baseball-Reference player page ^ Baseball-Reference manager page ^ Super 70's baseball player page External links Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs Preceded by John Kerins St. Louis Browns Managers 1890 Succeeded by Count Campau v • d • e New York Metropolitans 1884 American Association Champions Steve Brady | Dude Esterbrook | Bill Holbert | Tim Keefe | Ed Kennedy | Jack Lynch | Candy Nelson | Dave Orr | Charlie Reipschlager | Chief Roseman | Dasher Troy Manager Jim Mutrie v • d • e St. 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 Roseman, Chief Alternative names Roseman, James John Short description Major League Baseball player Date of birth July 4, 1856 Place of birth Brooklyn, New York Date of death July 4, 1938 Place of death Brooklyn, New York This biographical article relating to an American baseball outfielder born in the 1850s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e