Permanent catcher team
American baseball player, catcher. Played `St. Louis Browns`, `Boston Red Sox` and ` Washington Senators`.
Agnew was born in Farmington, Missouri (Farmington, Missouri). He made his debut April 10, 1913 - GO, as part of `St. Louis Browns`. Over 105 matches debut season Sam came by a factor of. 208 ;the year he was able to have two home - wound and steal 11 bases. In 1914, Agnew played 115 matches, koeffitsint raised up.
212 and was on the 23 th place according to the results of voting for the `Most Valuable igroka` (Most Valuable Player). 1915 st Sam is not quite wondered - his rate dropped to. 203.
December 16 ,1915 `Boston Red Sox` Agnew bought at` St. Louis Browns`. Speaking as a replacement for one of the major players, Pinch Thomas (Pinch Thomas), Sam earned factor. 209. I alternated with Thomas Agnew and in 1917 - the year he was able to enter the field only 85 times.
In 1918, Agnew - was considered in fact a permanent team catcher -entered the field only 72 times; its ratio dropped to. 166. Pretty weak for him passed, and the game of the World Series (World Series) - in four matches against `Chicago Cubs` athlete was` netronutym`.
In January 1919, Agnew again bought out - of `Boston Red Sox` athlete moved to` Washington
Senators`. Over 42 games,Sam has managed to rise to a record in his career coefficient. 235. His last big league game Agnew level played September 28, 1919 - th.
Leaving his playing career, Agnew turned into a coach. Sometimes he went out on the field in various minor leagues; so while Sam played `San Francisco Seals` and` Hollywood Stars`.Finally Agnew left the field in 1929. Sam Agnew had time to try his hand, and as a manager. He supervised a team of `San Diego Aces` California League (California State League),` Augusta Wolves` South Atlantic League (South Atlantic League) and `Palatka Azaleas` league Florida (Florida State League).In the seven seasons of his sports career Agnew earned 563 games overall rate beating. 204 and had 2 home runs.
Sam Agnew died in Sonoma, CA (Sonoma, California), July 19, 1951 th; at the time of his death he was 64 years old.
Brother Sam Agnew, Troy (Troy Agnew), and at one time was quite active baseball player.Troy Agnew played mostly in small baseball leagues; like Sam, for some time he worked as a manager