Michael Riley "Doc" Powers (April 22, 1870 – April 26, 1909) was an American Major League Baseball player who caught for four different teams from 1898 to 1909. He played for the Louisville Colonels and Washington Senators of the National League, and the Philadelphia Athletics and New York Highlanders of the American League. He played college baseball at the University of Notre Dame in 1897 and 1898. His nickname was derived from the fact that he was a licensed physician as well as a ballplayer. During a brief stint with the New York Highlanders in 1905, Powers caught while Jim "Doc" Newton pitched, creating the only known example of a two-physician battery in Major League history.

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  • Fu il primo giocatore della Major League Baseball (MLB) a morire in seguito alle ferite riportate durante una partita (it)
  • マイケル・ライリー・パワーズ(Michael Riley "Doc" Powers , 1870年4月22日 - 1909年4月26日)は、アメリカ合衆国マサチューセッツ州ピッツフィールド出身のプロ野球選手(捕手)。右投げ右打ち。 1909年4月12日の試合でファウルボールを追った際に壁に激突。腹部を損傷して激痛に苦しみ、2週間後の26日に死亡した。MLB史上初の試合中の事故によって負った損傷が最終的に死に繋がった選手である(2013年シーズン終了時点でも他にレイ・チャップマンのみ)。 (ja)
  • Michael Riley "Doc" Powers (ur. 22 września 1870, zm. 26 kwietnia 1909) − amerykański baseballista Major League Baseball. Urodził się w Pittsfield 22 września 1870. W okresie 1897–1898 grał w drużynie bejsbolowej University of Notre Dame, po czym trafił do Major League Baseball; występował kolejno w Louisville Colonels, Washington Senators, Philadelphia Athletics, New York Highlanders i ponownie Philadelphia Athletics. Jego pseudonim pochodził od popularnego określenia lekarza ("doc"), którym był z wykształcenia. W trakcie meczu rozgrywanego 12 kwietnia 1909 uległ wypadkowi, uderzając w ścianę. Wypadek spowodował uszkodzenia narządów wewnętrznych, po dwóch tygodniach zmarł na skutek komplikacji po trzech skomplikowanych zabiegach chirurgicznych. Powers jest pierwszym z dwóch zawodników Major League Baseball, którzy zmarli wskutek obrażeń odniesionych w trakcie meczu (drugim był Ray Chapman w 1920). (pl)
  • Michael Riley "Doc" Powers (April 22, 1870 – April 26, 1909) was an American Major League Baseball player who caught for four different teams from 1898 to 1909. He played for the Louisville Colonels and Washington Senators of the National League, and the Philadelphia Athletics and New York Highlanders of the American League. He played college baseball at the University of Notre Dame in 1897 and 1898. His nickname was derived from the fact that he was a licensed physician as well as a ballplayer. During a brief stint with the New York Highlanders in 1905, Powers caught while Jim "Doc" Newton pitched, creating the only known example of a two-physician battery in Major League history. On April 12, 1909, Powers was injured during the first game played in Philadelphia's Shibe Park, crashing into a wall while chasing a foul pop-up. He sustained internal injuries from the collision and died two weeks later from complications from three intestinal surgeries, becoming possibly the first Major Leaguer to suffer an on-field injury that eventually led to his death (though Powers himself said that he had become ill as a result of eating a cheese sandwich before the game). The immediate cause of death was peritonitis arising from post-surgery infections. Powers left behind his wife, Florence W. Ehrmann; and a daughter aged five. He was buried in St. Louis Catholic Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. Eleven years later, Ray Chapman became the only MLB player to be directly killed by an on-field injury when he was hit in the head by a pitch. Powers' injury may have served as the inspiration for that suffered by "Bump" Bailey, a minor character in Bernard Malamud's novel The Natural, as well as its subsequent film adaptation. (en)
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  • Fu il primo giocatore della Major League Baseball (MLB) a morire in seguito alle ferite riportate durante una partita (it)
  • マイケル・ライリー・パワーズ(Michael Riley "Doc" Powers , 1870年4月22日 - 1909年4月26日)は、アメリカ合衆国マサチューセッツ州ピッツフィールド出身のプロ野球選手(捕手)。右投げ右打ち。 1909年4月12日の試合でファウルボールを追った際に壁に激突。腹部を損傷して激痛に苦しみ、2週間後の26日に死亡した。MLB史上初の試合中の事故によって負った損傷が最終的に死に繋がった選手である(2013年シーズン終了時点でも他にレイ・チャップマンのみ)。 (ja)
  • Michael Riley "Doc" Powers (April 22, 1870 – April 26, 1909) was an American Major League Baseball player who caught for four different teams from 1898 to 1909. He played for the Louisville Colonels and Washington Senators of the National League, and the Philadelphia Athletics and New York Highlanders of the American League. He played college baseball at the University of Notre Dame in 1897 and 1898. His nickname was derived from the fact that he was a licensed physician as well as a ballplayer. During a brief stint with the New York Highlanders in 1905, Powers caught while Jim "Doc" Newton pitched, creating the only known example of a two-physician battery in Major League history. (en)
  • Michael Riley "Doc" Powers (ur. 22 września 1870, zm. 26 kwietnia 1909) − amerykański baseballista Major League Baseball. Urodził się w Pittsfield 22 września 1870. W okresie 1897–1898 grał w drużynie bejsbolowej University of Notre Dame, po czym trafił do Major League Baseball; występował kolejno w Louisville Colonels, Washington Senators, Philadelphia Athletics, New York Highlanders i ponownie Philadelphia Athletics. Jego pseudonim pochodził od popularnego określenia lekarza ("doc"), którym był z wykształcenia. (pl)
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