Charles Sebastian “Red” Dooin (1879-1952) was once offered a bribe to throw a series to the Giants and he reported it to the commissioner’s office. Dooin was a solid defensive catcher during his era and was a decent player at the plate as well. He had a career .957 fielding percentage with 5,480 putouts and 1,590 assists. Red played for the Philadelphia Phillies (1902-1914), the Cincinnati Reds (1915) and the New York Giants (1915-1916). In 1910, Red was made player manager for the Phillies but played limited time due to a broken ankle suffered in 1910 and broken leg in 1911. Red Dooin retired with a career .240 batting average with 961 hits, 333 runs, 133 stolen bases and 344 RBI in 15 seasons. Dooin also compiled a winning record of 392-370 as manager of the Phillies from (1910-1914).
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