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 Frederick Charles “Freddie” Lindstrom

Frederick Charles “Freddie” Lindstrom

Birth
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
Death 4 Oct 1981 (aged 75)
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
Burial Des Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, USA
Plot Section 4, Block 9, Lot On Top, S1/2- 10, Grave 4
Memorial ID 2933 · View Source
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Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player. Born in Chicago, Illinois, he was an infielder and outfielder, making his debut for the New York Giants on April 15, 1924. For thirteen seasons, he played with the New York Giants (1924-32), Pittsburgh Pirates (1933-34), Chicago Cubs 91935) and Brooklyn Dodgers (1936). He became the first National League player in the 20th Century to garner nine hits in a doubleheader and also was the first youngest player to appear in a post season game. Lindstrom had seven seasons with a .300 batting average or better, had two seasons with 231 hits and led the National League in fielding percentage three times. He concluded his career with a record of 895 runs scored, 1747 hits, 103 home runs, 779 runs batted in, .311 batting average and a .965 fielding percentage. In 1976, he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veteran‘s Committee. He died at age 75 in Chicago, Illinois.

Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith


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  • Maintained by: Find A Grave
  • Added: 16 May 1998
  • Find A Grave Memorial 2933
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Frederick Charles “Freddie” Lindstrom (21 Nov 1905–4 Oct 1981), Find A Grave Memorial no. 2933, citing All Saints Catholic Cemetery and Mausoleum, Des Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave .