Libe Washburn

Pitcher, Baseball Player

1874 – 1940

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Who was Libe Washburn?

Libeus "Libe" Washburn was an American professional baseball outfielder and pitcher. Washburn made his debut for the New York Giants as an outfielder in 1902. He had four hits in nine at-bats in six games. The following year, in 1903, he played for the Philadelphia Phillies as a pitcher, going 0–4 in four games.

Washburn was born in Lyme, New Hampshire and died in Malone, New York.

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Born
Jun 16, 1874
Lyme
Profession
Lived in
  • Lyme
Died
1940
Malone

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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