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Farmer Weaver
Farmer Weaver.jpg
Born: March 23, 1865
Parkersburg, West Virginia
Died: January 23, 1943(1943-01-23) (aged 77)
Akron, Ohio
Batted: Left
Threw: Unknown
MLB debut
September 16, 1888, for the Louisville Colonels
Last MLB appearance
September 29, 1894, for the Pittsburgh Pirates
MLB statistics
Batting average.278
Runs batted in344
Stolen bases162

William B. "Farmer" Weaver (March 23, 1865 – January 23, 1943), was a professional baseball player in the Major Leagues from 1888 to 1894, for the Louisville Colonels and Pittsburgh Pirates. Primarily an outfielder (649 games), he also played 73 games at catcher, and 34 games at infield positions.

On August 12, 1890, Weaver hit for the cycle while also getting six hits in one game,[1] a feat that would not be accomplished in the modern era (post-1900) until Ian Kinsler did so for the Texas Rangers on April 15, 2009.

On August 9, 1893, Weaver served as the first base umpire in the second game of a doubleheader between his own Louisville Colonels and the Cleveland Spiders, after the assigned umpire (Thomas Lynch) had become ill; Jack O'Connor of Cleveland served as the home plate umpire.[2]

After his baseball career ended, Weaver worked for the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.[3]

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See also


  1. ^ "Louiseville, 18; Syracuse, 4". Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette. August 13, 1890. p. 6. Retrieved October 18, 2017 – via
  2. ^ "Cleveland Won Both". The Baltimore Sun. August 10, 1893. Retrieved October 18, 2017 – via
  3. ^ "Rites Tuesday For Ex-Baseball Player". Akron Beacon Journal. Akron, Ohio. January 23, 1943. Retrieved October 18, 2017 – via

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Preceded by Hitting for the cycle
August 12, 1890
Succeeded by

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