1885 Washington Nationals Roster

Eastern League (EL)
Team Record: 70-25
1st in the EL
Manager: Mike Scanlon (70-25)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Ballpark: Athletic Park

1885 Washington Nationals Statistics

The Washington Nationals of the Eastern League ended the 1885 season with a record of 70 wins and 25 losses, first in the EL.

Mike Scanlon served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Phil BakerLLSeptember 19, 18565'8"152Philadelphia, PA US
Henry Moore
Charles Morgan
Tom MorrisseyMay 0, 18605'11"180Janesville, WI US
Tricky NicholsRRJuly 26, 18505'7"150Bridgeport, CT US
Robert Noonan
Hank O'DayRRJuly 8, 18596'0"180Chicago, IL US
Abner PowellLRDecember 15, 18605'7"160Shenandoah, PA US
Charlie ReillySRFebruary 15, 18675'11"190Princeton, NJ US
Sam TrottLLMarch 3, 18575'9"190, MD US
Bill WhiteRR5'11"160
Jimmy KnowlesRSeptember 5, 18565'9"160Toronto, ON CA
Bob BarrRRDecember 0, 18566'1"192Washington, DC US
James Brophy
Ernie BurchLRSeptember 9, 18565'10"190DeKalb County, IL US
Paul CookRRMay 5, 18635'10"185Caledonia, NY US
John CrowleyJanuary 12, 18625'10"164Lawrence, MA US
Chris FulmerRRJuly 4, 18585'8"165Tamaqua, PA US
Charlie GeggusRMarch 25, 18625'7"150San Francisco, CA US
Buck GladmonNovember 0, 1863Washington, DC US
Buster HooverRRApril 12, 18636'1"178Philadelphia, PA US
Bill Wise5'7"142

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