Edward Benson "Ed" Lytle (March 10, 1862 – December 21, 1950), also known as "Dad" Lytle and "Pop" Lytle, was a professional baseball player and manager whose playing career spanned 12 seasons, including one in Major League Baseball with the Chicago Colts and the Pittsburgh Alleghenys in 1890. Over his major league career, Lytle, a second baseman and outfielder, batted .136 with three runs, eight hits and one doubles in 16 games played. He also played in the minor leagues with Colorado Springs, the Wheeling National Citys/Nailers, the Portland Gladiators, the Class-B Los Angeles Seraphs, the Class-A Kansas City Cowboys, the Los Angeles Angels, the Binghamton Bingoes, the Allentown Buffaloes, the Class-A Wilkes-Barre Coal Barons, the Class-B Hartford Bluebirds, the Class-A Rochester Brownie

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  • Edward Benson "Ed" Lytle (March 10, 1862 – December 21, 1950), also known as "Dad" Lytle and "Pop" Lytle, was a professional baseball player and manager whose playing career spanned 12 seasons, including one in Major League Baseball with the Chicago Colts and the Pittsburgh Alleghenys in 1890. Over his major league career, Lytle, a second baseman and outfielder, batted .136 with three runs, eight hits and one doubles in 16 games played. He also played in the minor leagues with Colorado Springs, the Wheeling National Citys/Nailers, the Portland Gladiators, the Class-B Los Angeles Seraphs, the Class-A Kansas City Cowboys, the Los Angeles Angels, the Binghamton Bingoes, the Allentown Buffaloes, the Class-A Wilkes-Barre Coal Barons, the Class-B Hartford Bluebirds, the Class-A Rochester Brownies, the Class-A Montreal Royals, the Class-B New Castle Quakers, the Class-B Wheeling Nailers, the Class-A Milwaukee Brewers, the Class-B Fort Wayne Indians and the Class-B Wheeling Stogies. Lytle also managed in the minor leagues with the New Castle Quakers in 1899 and the Wheeling Stogies from 1899 to 1900. (en)
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  • Edward Benson "Ed" Lytle (March 10, 1862 – December 21, 1950), also known as "Dad" Lytle and "Pop" Lytle, was a professional baseball player and manager whose playing career spanned 12 seasons, including one in Major League Baseball with the Chicago Colts and the Pittsburgh Alleghenys in 1890. Over his major league career, Lytle, a second baseman and outfielder, batted .136 with three runs, eight hits and one doubles in 16 games played. He also played in the minor leagues with Colorado Springs, the Wheeling National Citys/Nailers, the Portland Gladiators, the Class-B Los Angeles Seraphs, the Class-A Kansas City Cowboys, the Los Angeles Angels, the Binghamton Bingoes, the Allentown Buffaloes, the Class-A Wilkes-Barre Coal Barons, the Class-B Hartford Bluebirds, the Class-A Rochester Brownie (en)
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