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214. Jake Daubert

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214. Jake Daubert
  1. General
  2. Awards
  3. Career Stats
  • Born: April 17, 1884 in Shamokin, PA USA
  • Weight: 160 lbs.
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Bats: L
  • Throws: L
  • Debut: April 14, 1910
  • Final Game: September 20, 1924
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1911
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1912
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1912
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1913
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1913
  • Most Valuable Player - 1913
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1914
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1914
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1916
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1916
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1918
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1919
  • Baseball Magazine All-Star - 1920
  • MVP - 1911
  • MVP - 1912
  • MVP - 1913
  • MVP - 1914
 
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A 15-year veteran of the Majors, Jake Daubert played for two different teams in his Major League career, the Brooklyn Superbas/Robins and the Cincinnati Reds.

Playing at First Base, Daubert was a starter as a rookie in 1910.  After a promising rookie year, Daubert would bat .300 ten times, including two Batting Titles was a Robin (1913 & 1914), with him winning the MVP award in the former year.  Brooklyn traded Daubert to Cincinnati in 1919, where he helped them win the World Series in the infamous "Black Sox Scandal."

Daubert would have 2,336 Hits with a lifetime Batting Average of .303.

The Bullet Points

  • Country of Origin: Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.
  • Eligible In: Wednesday, 01 January 1936
  • Position: First Base
  • Played For: Brooklyn Robins, Brooklyn Superbas, Cincinnati Reds
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    World Series Rings (1) (Cincinnati Reds 1919) 
    MVP (1) (NL) 1913)
    Highest Batting Average (2) (NL) (1913 & 1914)
    Most Triples (2) (NL) (1918 & 1922)
    Most Singles (2) (NL) (1911 & 1913)
    Most Sacrifice Hits (1) (NL) (1919)
    Most Putouts (1) (NL) (1922)

  • Other Points of Note:

    Top Ten MVP Finishes: Chaubert won the 1913 NL MVP
    (NL: 1911, 9th) & (NL: 1912, 8th)
    2 Top Ten Finishes (bWAR for Position Players)
    3 Top Ten Finishes (Offensive bWAR)
    7 Top Ten Finishes (Batting Average)
    3 Top Ten Finishes (On Base Percentage)
    2 Top Ten Finishes (Slugging Percentage)
    6 Top Ten Finishes (OPS)
    6 Top Ten Finishes (OPS+)
    4 Top Ten Finishes (Runs Scored)
    6 Top Ten Finishes (Hits)
    2 Top Ten Finishes (Total Bases)
    1 Top Ten Finish (Doubles)
    6 Top Ten Finishes (Triples)
    1 Top Ten Finish (Home Runs)
    2 Top Ten Finishes (Walks)
    8 Top Ten Finishes (Singles)
    1 Top Ten Finish (Extra Base Hits)
    2 Top Ten Finishes (Power-Speed #)]
    3 Top Ten Finishes (Win Probability Added)
    2 Top Ten Finishes (Championship Win Probability Added)

  • Notable All Time Rankings:

    2.   Sacrifice Hits: 392
    8.   Putouts: 19,634
    29. Triples: 165
    75. Singles: 1,855

  • Vote Percentage Received for the Hall of Fame:

    1936: 1.3%
    1937: 1.0%
    1938: 0.4%
    1939: 0.4%
    1951: 0.4%
    1955: 0.4%

  • Should be Inducted As A: Brooklyn Dodger

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