William Selden - Seamheads Negro Leagues Database

William Selden



William H. Selden


Born: October 10, 1866 in Norfolk, VA
Died: August 26, 1926 in Boston, MA
          (59 years old)

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• Buried: Mount Hope Cemetery (Boston, MA)


All Teammate Team
Glossary

Left Field Yrs First Last
2
1894
1896
0.1
1
1887
1887
0.1
4
1894
1899
-0.2
Center Field Yrs First Last
3
1891
1897
0.0
2
1897
1898
-0.0
3
1887
1891
-0.2

Right Field Yrs First Last
2
1898
1899
0.5
1
1887
1887
0.1
1
1891
1891
0.1
1
1891
1891
0.0
1
1897
1897
-0.2
Shortstop Yrs First Last
4
1891
1899
0.5
2
1887
1888
0.4
1
1887
1887
0.1
1
1891
1891
0.0
4
1887
1897
-0.2
Second Base Yrs First Last
3
1887
1891
1.5
6
1891
1899
0.4
2
1887
1888
0.1
1
1887
1887
-0.0
1
1891
1891
-0.0
Third Base Yrs First Last
2
1887
1888
0.2
6
1891
1899
-0.1
First Base Yrs First Last
3
1896
1899
0.1
2
1887
1888
0.0
1
1887
1887
-0.0
Manager Yrs First Last
Catcher Yrs First Last
7
1887
1899
1.1
3
1887
1891
0.6
1
1896
1896
0.1
1
1887
1887
0.1
1
1891
1891
-0.1
Starting Pitcher Yrs First Last
8
1887
1899
3.7
2
1887
1888
1.0
2
1898
1899
0.5
3
1888
1896
0.4
2
1898
1899
0.2
4
1894
1899
0.1
2
1887
1888
-0.1
3
1887
1896
-0.3
1
1887
1887
-0.3
3
1887
1891
-1.3
Relief Pitcher Yrs First Last
1
1897
1897
-0.2

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Statistical and biographical data for the The Negro Leagues Database, except 1923 and 1933, were compiled by Gary Ashwill. Copyright 2011-2013 Gary Ashwill. All rights reserved. Playing statistics for 1923 were compiled by Patrick Rock. Copyright 2011-2013 Patrick Rock. All rights reserved. Playing statistics for 1933 were compiled by Scott Simkus. Copyright 2013 Scott Simkus. All rights reserved.


Defensive Regression Analysis data used here was obtained with permission from Michael Humphreys, author of Wizardry

Win Shares are calculated using the formula in the book Win Shares by Bill James