Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1915

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Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1915

A Historical Analysis / Return To Players by Place of Death

Trenton, New Jersey
04-21-1915
1879
1879
St. Louis, Missouri
01-29-1915
1883
1886
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
02-17-1915
1883
1891
Chicago, Illinois
12-26-1915
1894
1898
Chicago, Illinois
02-05-1915
1876
1881
San Francisco, California
10-02-1915
1876
1880
Chicago, Illinois
09-11-1915
1876
1876
Bristol, Pennsylvania
01-27-1915
1890
1890
Burlington, New Jersey
08-30-1915
1876
1876
Indianapolis, Indiana
07-01-1915
1884
1884
Syracuse, New York
06-12-1915
1899
1899
Erie, Pennsylvania
09-26-1915
1883
1890
San Francisco, California
07-07-1915
1884
1884
New Haven, Connecticut
03-05-1915
1884
1898
Providence, Rhode Island
12-24-1915
1882
1882
Galveston, Texas
08-15-1915
1897
1903
Fort Steilacoom, Washington
06-18-1915
1911
1911
St. Louis, Missouri
04-15-1915
1894
1894
Joplin, Missouri
02-24-1915
1910
1914
Peoria, Illinois
10-27-1915
1879
1879
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
12-16-1915
1885
1886
Johnson City, New York
11-09-1915
1911
1911
Bellaire, Ohio
09-23-1915
1892
1903
Buffalo, New York
05-14-1915
1884
1890
Danvers, Massachusetts
11-14-1915
1905
1905
Omaha, Nebraska
10-19-1915
1878
1882
Indianapolis, Indiana
07-18-1915
1884
1886
Methuen, Massachusetts
02-19-1915
1886
1886
Brooklyn, New York
12-14-1915
1892
1892
New York, New York
12-15-1915
1884
1884
Washington, D.C.
10-12-1915
1896
1900
Montreal, Québec, Canada
12-31-1915
1883
1892
Richmond Hill, New York
06-02-1915
1883
1890
Douglas, Arizona
12-04-1915
1895
1895
Lakewood, Ohio
10-14-1915
1896
1904
Louisville, Kentucky
07-26-1915
1884
1884
Waterbury, Connecticut
04-09-1915
1903
1910
San Diego, California
09-09-1915
1876
1878
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
02-24-1915
1884
1897
Payson, Arizona
08-21-1915
1911
1911
Secaucus, New Jersey
02-09-1915
1909
1909

Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1915



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