John Clapp American baseball player
John Clapp is a 53 years old American baseball player from Ithaca, New York. John Clapp was born on July 17, 1851 (died on December 18, 1904, he was 53 years old) in Ithaca, New York.
John Edgar Clapp nicknamed Honest John was a professional baseball player-manager whose career spanned 12 seasons 11 of which were spent with the Major League Baseball Middletown Mansfields Philadelphia Athletics St. Louis Brown Stockings Indianapolis Blues Buffalo Bisons Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Blues and New York Gothams.
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No, he died on 12/18/1904, 117 years ago. He was 53 years old when he died. He died in Ithaca and buried in Lake View Cemetery .
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John Clapp zodiac sign was cancer.
Other facts about John Clapp
|Place of death||Ithaca|
|FormerTeam||History of the New York Giants (NL), Middletown Mansfields|
|Team||St. Louis Brown Stockings, Cleveland Blues (NL), Indianapolis Blues, History of the New York Giants (NL), Buffalo Bisons (NL), Middletown Mansfields, History of the Philadelphia Athletics, Cincinnati Reds (1876–80)|
|Place of burial||Lake View Cemetery|
|Family name||Clapp. Show people with the surname Clapp|
|Date of death||1904-12-18T00:00:00Z|
|Position played on team / speciality||Catcher|
|Country for sport||United States Of America|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|