Mike Doolan - 1915/16 M101-4 Sporting News

Michael Joseph “Mickey” Doolan (1880-1951) earned a degree in dentistry and therefore the nickname “Doc” playing as the everyday shortstop of the Philadelphia Phillies for nine years to start his career (1905-1913). As a middle infielder for his entire career, Doolan’s best season came in 1910 when he batted .263 with 141 hits, 16 stolen bases and 57 RBI. Mickey played 11 seasons in the Major Leagues with the Phillies (1905-1913), the Chicago Cubs (1916), the New York Giants 91916) and the Brooklyn Robins (1918) as well as the Baltimore Terrapins (1914-1915) and the Chicago Whales (1915) of the Federal League. He helped the Whales (.566) to the 1915 Federal League title as they finished one percentage point higher then the St. Louis Terriers (.565). Mickey Doolan ended his career with a .230 career batting average, 1,376 hits including 244 doubles, 513 runs, 173 stolen bases and 554 RBI over 13 seasons.



Condition Census (Explain)

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Pos Grade Thumbnail Pedigree and History
1 EX-MT 6
1 EX-MT 6
1 EX-MT 6
2 EX 5
3 VG-EX 4
4 VG 3