John Joseph "Rip" Egan (July 9, 1871 – December 22, 1950) was a professional baseball player (pitcher) throwing right-handed and later an umpire. Egan played seven seasons in professional baseball, including one in Major League Baseball. On April 30, 1894, Egan made his major league debut with the Washington Senators. In his only game, Egan gave-up six runs, all earned and struck out two. After his playing career was over, Egan managed in the minor leagues and was a major league umpire. Egan was sometimes known as "Jack". He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, married Eleanor McGarrahan (July 14, 1898) and raised two daughters, Judith and Eleanor.

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  • John Joseph "Rip" Egan (July 9, 1871 – December 22, 1950) was a professional baseball player (pitcher) throwing right-handed and later an umpire. Egan played seven seasons in professional baseball, including one in Major League Baseball. On April 30, 1894, Egan made his major league debut with the Washington Senators. In his only game, Egan gave-up six runs, all earned and struck out two. After his playing career was over, Egan managed in the minor leagues and was a major league umpire. Egan was sometimes known as "Jack". He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, married Eleanor McGarrahan (July 14, 1898) and raised two daughters, Judith and Eleanor. (en)
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  • John Joseph "Rip" Egan (July 9, 1871 – December 22, 1950) was a professional baseball player (pitcher) throwing right-handed and later an umpire. Egan played seven seasons in professional baseball, including one in Major League Baseball. On April 30, 1894, Egan made his major league debut with the Washington Senators. In his only game, Egan gave-up six runs, all earned and struck out two. After his playing career was over, Egan managed in the minor leagues and was a major league umpire. Egan was sometimes known as "Jack". He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, married Eleanor McGarrahan (July 14, 1898) and raised two daughters, Judith and Eleanor. (en)
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