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George Wood (Baseball)
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Baseball Player
    (November 9, 1858-April 4, 1924)
    Born in Pownal, Prince Edward Island, Canada
    Left fielder for the Worcester Ruby Legs (1880), Detroit Wolverines (1881-1885), Philadelphia Quakers (NL) (1886-1889), *Baltimore Orioles (1889, 1892), **Philadelphia Athletics (1890-1891), and the Cincinnati Reds (1892)
    Manager for the **Philadelphia Athletics (1891)
    *Not the present Orioles team, but a team that folded in 1899
    **Not the Philadelphia Athletics team that moved to Kansas City and Oakland, but a team that folded after the 1891 season
    NL Home Run Champion (1882)
    Inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame (2011)
    He never played for a championship winning team.
    His nickname was Dandy Wood.
    He was a journeyman player.
    He suffered a low batting average in his final playing season in the majors.
    He batted left-handed.
    He was the first man from Prince Edward Island, Canada to play in the majors.
    He pitched two saves in the 1882 season.
    He hit for the cycle as he was the first player from a Detroit team to do so (June 13, 1885).

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