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Carson Bigbee

Carson Bigbee

Carson Bigbee

Waterloo, OR  US
03/31/1895
10/17/1964
Personnel
Manager
Muskegon Lassies (1949), Springfield Sallies (1948)

Profile Biography

On August 22, 1917, Carson Bigbee of the Pittsburgh Pirates sets a major league record by coming to bat 11 times in a 22-inning game against the Brooklyn Dodgers. Pirate reliever Elmer Jacobs also sets a record by pitching 16 2/3 innings of relief.  (Courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame.) 

Admittedly a skeptic of the league when he arrived, later became the games biggest booster as he managed the Springfield Sallies. He had a fine competitive spirit and a pleasing personality made him popular with both players and managers throughout the League.

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