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Marcus Elmore "Mark" Baldwin (October 29, 1863 – November 10, 1929), nicknamed "Fido", was an American right-handed professional baseball pitcher who played seven seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Baldwin made his professional debut for a Cumberland, Maryland team in 1883. Though signed by Chicago White Stockings President Albert Spalding to pitch in the 1886 World Series, Baldwin did not play after the St. Louis Browns, against whom Chicago played, objected. He made his MLB debut for the White Stockings in 1887, during which year a writer for the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern called him the "swiftest pitcher in the National League" (NL). Released by Chicago player–manager Cap Anson, he signed with the Columbus Solons of the American Association (AA) in

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  • مارك بالدوين (بالإنجليزية: Mark Baldwin)‏ هو لاعب كرة قاعدة أمريكي، ولد في 29 أكتوبر 1863 في بيتسبرغ في الولايات المتحدة، وتوفي في 10 نوفمبر 1929. (ar)
  • Marcus Elmore "Mark" Baldwin (October 29, 1863 – November 10, 1929), nicknamed "Fido", was an American right-handed professional baseball pitcher who played seven seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Baldwin made his professional debut for a Cumberland, Maryland team in 1883. Though signed by Chicago White Stockings President Albert Spalding to pitch in the 1886 World Series, Baldwin did not play after the St. Louis Browns, against whom Chicago played, objected. He made his MLB debut for the White Stockings in 1887, during which year a writer for the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern called him the "swiftest pitcher in the National League" (NL). Released by Chicago player–manager Cap Anson, he signed with the Columbus Solons of the American Association (AA) in 1889, where he led the league in innings pitched, with 513+2⁄3, losses, with 34, strikeouts, with 368, and walks, with 274. In 1889, Baldwin, described as "intelligent and outspoken," recruited players for the Chicago Pirates of the Players' League (PL), the latter of whom he helped to form with the National Brotherhood of Professional Baseball Players and the former of whom for which he played. During his career, he batted and threw right-handed, weighed 190 pounds (86 kg), and stood 6 feet (72 in) tall. (en)
  • マーカス・エルモア・"マーク"・ボールドウィン(Marcus Elmore "Mark" Baldwin', 1863年10月29日 - 1929年11月10日)は、19世紀のアメリカ合衆国の元メジャーリーグ選手。ポジションは主に投手。 (ja)
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  • Sketch of Mark Baldwin, 1888 (en)
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  • MLB (en)
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  • Chicago White Stockings (en)
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  • *1889 AA leader in innings pitched , losses , strikeouts , and walks *1890 PL leader in complete games , wins , strikeouts , and walks (en)
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  • Mark Baldwin (en)
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  • "A year ago when Spalding released him, [Baldwin] declared that the ambition of his life was to play in opposition to Anson's team. He then thought only of a rival national league team and did not dream of a local rival for public patronage. Now that he is with the Chicago Players' team he says his ambition is gratified beyond his most fanciful hope, and he proposes to do all in his power to make his services to the new team valuable." (en)
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  • A writer for The Chicago Tribune on Baldwin's career after the White Stockings (en)
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  • *Chicago White Stockings *Columbus Solons *Chicago Pirates *Pittsburgh Pirates *New York Giants (en)
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  • مارك بالدوين (بالإنجليزية: Mark Baldwin)‏ هو لاعب كرة قاعدة أمريكي، ولد في 29 أكتوبر 1863 في بيتسبرغ في الولايات المتحدة، وتوفي في 10 نوفمبر 1929. (ar)
  • マーカス・エルモア・"マーク"・ボールドウィン(Marcus Elmore "Mark" Baldwin', 1863年10月29日 - 1929年11月10日)は、19世紀のアメリカ合衆国の元メジャーリーグ選手。ポジションは主に投手。 (ja)
  • Marcus Elmore "Mark" Baldwin (October 29, 1863 – November 10, 1929), nicknamed "Fido", was an American right-handed professional baseball pitcher who played seven seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Baldwin made his professional debut for a Cumberland, Maryland team in 1883. Though signed by Chicago White Stockings President Albert Spalding to pitch in the 1886 World Series, Baldwin did not play after the St. Louis Browns, against whom Chicago played, objected. He made his MLB debut for the White Stockings in 1887, during which year a writer for the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern called him the "swiftest pitcher in the National League" (NL). Released by Chicago player–manager Cap Anson, he signed with the Columbus Solons of the American Association (AA) in (en)
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  • مارك بالدوين (ar)
  • Mark Baldwin (baseball) (en)
  • マーク・ボールドウィン (ja)
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  • Mark Baldwin (en)
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