Harry Steinfeldt

Harry Steinfeldt's 1911 baseball card

American professional baseball player.

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1908 World Series

The 1908 World Series matched the defending champion Chicago Cubs against the Detroit Tigers in a rematch of the 1907 Series.

The 1908 World Series matched the defending champion Chicago Cubs against the Detroit Tigers in a rematch of the 1907 Series.

After a bunt groundout, Harry Steinfeldt's RBI single put Chicago up 2–1.

Chance with the New York Yankees in 1913

Frank Chance

American professional baseball player.

American professional baseball player.

Chance with the New York Yankees in 1913
Chance circa 1899 from The Sporting News
Frank Chance baseball card
Chance (left) shakes hands with Miller Huggins in 1923
Chance's Baseball Hall of Fame plaque

He rebuilt the team in 1911 after Evers's nervous breakdown and the departure of Harry Steinfeldt, replacing them with Heinie Zimmerman and Jim Doyle respectively.

The league's inaugural schedule, as published in The Galveston Daily News on April 8, 1895

Texas-Southern League

Sports league of minor league baseball teams that operated from 1895 to 1899, primarily in Texas.

Sports league of minor league baseball teams that operated from 1895 to 1899, primarily in Texas.

The league's inaugural schedule, as published in The Galveston Daily News on April 8, 1895

Notable players in the league included Kid Elberfeld and Harry Steinfeldt.

Fans watch Merkle's Boner from Coogan's Bluff, September 23, 1908

Baseball's Sad Lexicon

1910 baseball poem by Franklin Pierce Adams.

1910 baseball poem by Franklin Pierce Adams.

Fans watch Merkle's Boner from Coogan's Bluff, September 23, 1908
The 1906 Chicago Cubs
Tinker, Evers, and Chance

However, many forgot Harry Steinfeldt, the third baseman who started alongside Tinker, Evers, and Chance from 1906 through 1910.

Jake Weimer baseball card

Jake Weimer

American professional baseball player.

American professional baseball player.

Jake Weimer baseball card

After going 18–12 with 2.26 in 1905, he was sent to the Cincinnati Reds for third baseman Harry Steinfeldt and Jimmy Sebring before 1906.

Bellevue, Kentucky

Home rule-class city in Campbell County, Kentucky, in the United States.

Home rule-class city in Campbell County, Kentucky, in the United States.

Bellevue is 3 mi from Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati.
Sacred Heart Church, built in 1892, has long been one of Bellevue's tallest structures. The church is pictured in the city's official logo.

Harry Steinfeldt, baseball player

Joe Nealon

Professional baseball player.

Professional baseball player.

In his rookie season in 1906, he tied for the National League lead in RBIs with 83 with Harry Steinfeldt.

A program featuring league presidents Ban Johnson and Harry Pulliam, and National Baseball Commission President August Herrmann

1906 World Series

The 1906 World Series featured a crosstown matchup between the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs.

The 1906 World Series featured a crosstown matchup between the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs.

A program featuring league presidents Ban Johnson and Harry Pulliam, and National Baseball Commission President August Herrmann
Pickoff attempt during one of the games. Frank Chance slides in safely past the tag of Jiggs Donahue.
After game 1, Fans rush the field and police protect Nick Altrock
Ed Reulbach, winning pitcher of Game 2
Jack Pfiester pitching in Game 3
Game 4 winning pitcher Mordecai Brown
Game 5 at West Side Grounds
South Side Park during Game 6
A ball from the series on display at the Baseball Hall of Fame. The ball was used in Game Six, the final game, of the world series

After cleanup-hitting first baseman Frank Chance led off the top of the second with a strikeout, third baseman Harry Steinfeldt singled to left field and shortstop Joe Tinker beat out a bunt.

Heinie Groh c. 1919

Heinie Groh

American professional baseball player.

American professional baseball player.

Heinie Groh c. 1919
Groh with his wife c. 1922

Groh's 1,299 games at third base trailed only Harry Steinfeldt (1386) and Milt Stock (1349) in NL history.

Boss Schmidt

American baseball catcher for the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball (MLB)

American baseball catcher for the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball (MLB)

Schmidt in 1909
Detroit manager Hughie Jennings

The Tigers led in the ninth inning with two outs and Chicago's Harry Steinfeldt on third base; Chicago pinch hitter Del Howard swung on a third strike that should have ended the game, but "Schmidt missed the ball, which got by him to the crowd."