Chick Fewster
Second Base
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB Debut
September 19, 1917 for the New York Yankees
Final game
May 1, 1927 for the Brooklyn Robins
Career Statistics
AVG     .258
HR     6
RBI     167
*New York Yankees (1917-1922)
*Boston Red Sox (1922-1923)
*Cleveland Indians (1924-1925)
*Brooklyn Robins (1926-1927)
Career Highlights and Awards

Wilson "Chick" Fewster (born November 10, 1895-died April 16, 1945) is a former Major League Baseball player. He played for the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, and Brooklyn Robins. In his career, he hit 6 home runs and drove in 167 RBI. He died of coronary occlusion at age 49.

Career StatisticsEdit

Season G AB H Avg. HR RBI
1917 New York Yankees11368.22201
1918 New York Yankees521.50000
1919 New York Yankees8124469.283115
1920 New York Yankees21216.28601
1921 New York Yankees6620758.280119
1922 overall6721556.260118
1922 New York Yankees4413232.24219
1922 Boston Red Sox238324.28009
1923 Boston Red Sox9028467.236015
1924 Cleveland Indians10132286.267036
1925 Cleveland Indians9329473.248138
1926 Brooklyn Robins10533782.243224
1927 Brooklyn Robins410.00000
Career statistics 6441963506.2586167

External linksEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.