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184. Harry Davis

From 1895 to 1899, Harry Davis was either a budding journeyman or a future star.  He played for four different teams in the National League and had a 28 Triple year in 1897 while batting .305.  Davis was in the minors for all of 1900, and Connie Mack, the owner/manager of the Philadelphia Athletics, saw him as a building block for his brand new American League franchise, and he was one of their first signees.

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