Jim Mccormick

James McCormick (November 3, 1856 – March 10, 1918) was a Scottish right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball. A native of Glasgow, he was the first ballplayer born in Scotland to appear in a major league game.McCormick was great friends with Mike "King" Kelly and was also very well liked by Cap Anson, two of the great personalities of early baseball. Anson was McCormick's captain-manager in 1885 and 1886, when Chicago won its last 19th-century pennants.In Paterson starting in 1885, McCormick co-owned a bar with a fellow former local player, Dave Treado. It had a ticker, to post results of games and races.
Posts about Jim Mccormick
  • Meet Jeff Ogden of Find New Customers here

    … the older brother of Mike Golic on ESPN Radio. Childhood Born and raised in a little town along the Ohio River named Madison, And the town is named after President Madison. It is a very old town, Two things about Madison make it unique: It is the only town where the entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places, A visit…

    Jeff Ogden/ Fearless Competitorin Social Facebook Twitter- 8 readers -