Nap Lajoie was an American professional baseball second baseman and player-manager who played for the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Athletics, and Cleveland Naps from 1896 to 1916. He was known for his high batting average, hits, and fielding skills. He was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937 and has been called \"the best second baseman in the history of baseball\".
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- September 5, 1874
Napoleon Lajoie (5 de setembro de 1874 – 7 de fevereiro de 1959), também conhecido como Larry Lajoie a apelidado de "The Frenchman", foi um jogador americano de beisebol profissional que atuou como segunda base e jogador-treinador.
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Lajoie would hit over .300 in 11 of his first 12 seasons in Cleveland and won the first four American League batting crowns. Lajoie was a player-manager for the Naps from 1905-’09, but resigned to concentrate on playing – and hit .383 to lead the AL in batting in 1910.
Napoleon Lajoie , também conhecido como Larry Lajoie a apelidado de "The Frenchman", foi um jogador americano de beisebol profissional que atuou como segunda base e jogador-treinador. Jogou na Major League Baseball pelo Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Athletics e Cleveland Naps entre 1896 e 1916.
Summary Stats News Awards Shop Napoleon Lajoie Nickname: Larry Born: 9/05/1874 in Woonsocket, RI Debut: 8/12/1896 Hall of Fame: 1937 Died: 2/07/1959 Follow mlb Stats Career Game Logs Splits Batter vs. Pitcher MLB Minors Batting Fielding Regular Season Career Stats Advanced Career Stats News 12/07/2021 at 5:39 PM