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Yale Yeastman "Tod" Sloan
(December 24, 1890 in Madisonville, Tennessee
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, USA - September 12, 1956) was an outfielder
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for the St. Louis Browns
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(1913, 1917 and 1919).
In 3 seasons he played in 143 Games and had 402 At Bats, 43 Runs, 94 Hits, 8 Doubles, 5 Triples, 2 Home Runs, 33 RBI, 9 Stolen Bases, 41 Walks, .234 Batting Average, .319 On-base percentage, .294 Slugging Percentage, 118 Total Bases and 7 Sacrifice Hits.
Sloan died in Akron, Ohio
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, at the age of 65.