Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1935

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Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1935

A Historical Analysis / Return To Players by Place of Death

Los Angeles, California
06-11-1935
1903
1905
Miles City, Montana
06-17-1935
1885
1885
Cleveland, Ohio
09-15-1935
1884
1890
Vienna, Austria
12-17-1935
1899
1899
Hartford, Connecticut
09-12-1935
1887
1891
Kirkland, Washington
09-10-1935
1906
1907
St. Louis, Missouri
05-03-1935
1891
1901
Baltimore, Maryland
10-30-1935
1890
1902
Elizabeth, New Jersey
04-28-1935
1911
1911
Lake Millicent, Wisconsin
11-17-1935
1911
1914
Jersey City, New Jersey
12-23-1935
1884
1884
Boston, Massachusetts
09-04-1935
1890
1890
Ft. Worth, Texas
07-24-1935
1887
1888
Memphis, Tennessee
02-18-1935
1894
1904
Alma, Michigan
11-09-1935
1913
1913
Nashville, Tennessee
05-04-1935
1876
1876
Coatesville, Pennsylvania
10-19-1935
1909
1910
Lockport, Illinois
04-19-1935
1886
1891
New York, New York
05-07-1935
1883
1890
Providence, Rhode Island
03-23-1935
1910
1912
Hyattsville, Maryland
03-16-1935
1886
1886
Baltimore, Maryland
04-11-1935
1896
1899
Stockton, California
05-22-1935
1913
1913
Lebanon, Pennsylvania
02-17-1935
1889
1889
Boston, Massachusetts
04-10-1935
1890
1890
Hyattsville, Maryland
07-10-1935
1876
1891
Buena Vista, Georgia
04-02-1935
1911
1919
Laurel, Maryland
03-20-1935
1876
1888
Washington, D.C.
08-24-1935
1886
1891
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
09-17-1935
1932
1935
Fresno, California
06-14-1935
1912
1914
Milford, Connecticut
03-31-1935
1879
1879
Piedmont, West Virginia
12-08-1935
1907
1916
Milton, Massachusetts
04-14-1935
1908
1912
Galesburg, Illinois
04-28-1935
1895
1896
Richmond, Virginia
09-21-1935
1896
1903
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
05-16-1935
1892
1892
San Bernardino, California
02-24-1935
1884
1884
Weedsport, New York
01-29-1935
1898
1903
Chicago, Illinois
07-02-1935
1884
1890
Minooka, Pennsylvania
06-29-1935
1902
1906
Hartford, Michigan
06-08-1935
1899
1899
Rochester, New York
05-31-1935
1901
1908
Orwell, Ohio
12-29-1935
1896
1899
Joliet, Illinois
10-11-1935
1912
1917
Chicago, Illinois
03-11-1935
1891
1891
Amityville, New York
04-22-1935
1918
1918
Natchez, Mississippi
09-03-1935
1895
1895
Dubuque, Iowa
07-18-1935
1884
1884
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
02-28-1935
1876
1878
Dayton, Kentucky
10-11-1935
1913
1913
Brooklyn, New York
08-30-1935
1890
1890
Birmingham, Alabama
03-16-1935
1899
1902
Maiden, North Carolina
05-28-1935
1928
1931
Chicago, Illinois
11-06-1935
1883
1890
Washington, D.C.
04-26-1935
1889
1892
Chattanooga, Tennessee
10-12-1935
1930
1930
Montague, Massachusetts
10-22-1935
1887
1899
Hampton, Virginia
05-16-1935
1889
1890
Derby, Connecticut
07-26-1935
1890
1896
Tucson, Arizona
02-22-1935
1916
1916
London, Ontario, Canada
11-17-1935
1884
1885
Detroit, Michigan
09-21-1935
1888
1888
Brewer, Maine
01-14-1935
1905
1911
Minneapolis, Minnesota
08-11-1935
1903
1903

Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1935



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