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Encyclopedia > Jack Glasscock

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Jack Glasscock--A collection of clippings, 1887-1892 (2763 words)
When Jack is playing on a losing club he becomes low-spirited and remains that way until his club strikes a streak of luck, and I suppose his spirits must be pretty low just at the present time.
Jack Glasscock told me the other day that he would be tickled immensely to be relieved of the captaincy of the New York team, and he said it as though he mean it.
Glasscock was interviewed by a reporter yesterday and made some comments of this style.
BIOPROJ.SABR.ORG :: The Baseball Biography Project. (1441 words)
Glasscock switched to shortstop in 1880 and became the pivot of one of the top infields of the 1880s.
Glasscock was the most difficult batter of his day to strike out.
Glasscock died of a stroke in 1947 and was buried in Peninsula Cemetery in Wheeling.
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