1871 Washington Olympics Roster

National Association (NA)
Team Record: 15-15
Finished 4th in the NA
Attendance: 1,000, Avg. 1,000
Ballpark: Olympics Grounds
Manager: Nick Young (15-15)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
1871 Washington Olympics Statistics
1871 Washington Olympics Results

The Washington Olympics of the National Association ended the 1871 season with a record of 15 wins and 15 losses, finishing fourth in the NA.

The Olympics scored 310 runs and surrendered 303 runs. Andy Leonard drove in 30 runs. Doug Allison led all regular hitters by connecting at a .331 clip. Asa Brainard topped the squad with 12 wins and a team-best 4.50 ERA, best among regularly-used pitchers.

Nick Young coached the team.

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Player Pos. Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Doug AllisonCRRJuly 12, 18465'10"160Philadelphia, PA USA
Tommy BealsOFRAugust 0, 18505'5"144New York, NY USA
Harry BerthrongLFJanuary 1, 18445'6"140Mumford, NY USA
Asa BrainardPR5'8"150Albany, NY USA
Henry BurroughsIFFebruary 3, 18455'8"147Newark, NJ USA
Davy ForceSSRRJuly 27, 18495'4"130New York, NY USA
John GlennRFRRJanuary 0, 18505'8"169Rochester, NY USA
George HallCFLLMarch 29, 18495'7"142Stepney, Lo United Kingdom
Andy Leonard2BRRJune 1, 18465'7"168, An Ireland
Everett Mills1BJanuary 20, 18456'1"174Newark, NJ USA
Frank Norton3BJune 9, 18450'0"0Port Jefferson, NY USA
Bill StearnsPRMarch 20, 18530'0"0Washington, DC USA
Charlie Sweasy2BRRNovember 2, 18475'9"172Newark, NJ USA
Fred Waterman3B5'7"148New York, NY USA
Warren White2B5'10"170Milton, NY USA