Ned Hanlon

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Birthdate 8/22/1857
Death Date 4/14/1937
Debut Year 1889
Year of Induction 1996
Teams Dodgers, Orioles (NL), Reds, Wolverines
Positions Manager, Outfield

As a manager, Ned Hanlon was credited with pioneering the hit & run, the squeeze play, the sacrifice bunt, the double steal & the Baltimore chop.

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Between 1894-1900, Ned Hanlon piloted teams to five National League pennants

Between 1894-1900, Ned Hanlon piloted teams to five National League pennants

Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1996 as a manager, Ned Hanlon also enjoyed a 13-year big league playing career. A National League outfielder in the game’s infancy, Hanlon was captain of the 1887 Detroit Wolverines. The squad featured Hall of Famers Dan Brouthers, Sam Thompson, and Deacon Whi

One response to “Ned Hanlon”

  1. michael reeve says:

    I am ned hanlons great grandso,i have my grandmothers collection,including rare cabinet photos of him in Maryland and Pittsburgh,old judge tobacco cards,signed material and his lifetime major league pass in sterling silver…my grandmother mary edwina hanlon Thompson…

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