Frederick E. Maguire
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Baseball
1922
1959

Biography

Freddie Maguire's most notable claim to baseball immortality came on November 7, 1928, when the second baseman was traded by the Chicago Cubs along with four other players and $200,000 to the Boston Braves for future Hall of Famer Rogers Hornsby. 

All told, Maguire played six years in MLB. Upon graduation from Holy Cross, he spent the 1922-23 seasons with the New York Giants, 1928 with the Chicago Cubs, and 1929-31 with the Boston Braves. He played 618 games with a .257 batting average, .322 slugging average, and a .289 on base average.