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Ty Cobb was a centerfielder.

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Ty Cobb played baseball as a center fielder and right fielder, but he was most well-known as a batter.


Yes, Ty Cobb played major league baseball between 1905-1928. In 1920, he hit .334 for the Detroit Tigers.


Ty Cobb debuted on August 30, 1905 and played his final game on September 11, 1928.


Ty Cobb was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936.


Ty Cobb was born December 18, 1886, in Narrows, GA, USA.


Ty Cobb died July 17, 1961, in Atlanta, GA, USA.



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He was in the majors from 1905 to 1928.


No. Alex and Ty Cobb are not related.


When Ty Cobb played baseball they did not issue numbers on the uniforms. So he never had a number during his entire career.


Ty Cobb married to Elizabeth Franklin


Ty Cobb never went to college.


No, not in a Major League Baseball game. If Cobb ever played in Canada it would have been in an exhibition, but, probably he never did.


Ty Cobb spent most of his time playing for the Detroit Tigers. He started playing for them in 1905 and switched teams to the Philadelphia Athletics in 1927, where he played for 2 years.


Ty Cobb debuted on August 30, 1905, playing for the Detroit Tigers at Bennett Park; he played his final game on September 11, 1928, playing for the Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe Park.


Ty Cobb was born on December 18, 1886.


No ... Ty Cobb passed away in 1961.


Ty Cobb Died at age 86


Ty Cobb went by The Georgia Peach.


No, he played outfield his entire career.


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No. Ty Cobb was an outfielder and not a pitcher.





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