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Bub McAtee

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Games played  51
Role  Baseball player
Name  Bub McAtee
Batting average  .249
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Bub McAtee
Died  October 18, 1876, Troy, New York, United States

Michael James "Bub" McAtee (March, 1845 – October 18, 1876) was an American Major League Baseball first baseman who played two seasons in the NAPBBP. He played one season for the Chicago White Stockings (1871) and one for the Troy Haymakers (1872). He was the regular first baseman for both clubs. At the plate he went 65-for-264, for a .246 batting average, with 25 RBIs and 64 runs scored.

McAtee died at the age of 31 in his hometown of Troy, New York, and is interred at Saint John Cemetery.

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