Major league baseball player in 1915. Centerfielder for the New York Yankees.
Veteran - WW I
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 13— Eugene F. Layden, an outfielder who played three games for the New York Yankees in 1915 and is believed to have been among the oldest former members of the team, died here Wednesday. Mr. Layden was 90 years old. With the Yankees, he went to bat seven times and had two hits. Mr. Layden never played for any other major league team. He was later employed as a supervisor for a Pittsburgh city park until his retirement.
"The New York Times", December 14, 1984
James Patrick Layden
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