"Samuel Wright Jr." was an United States/American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball for a total of four seasons for the New Haven Elm Citys (1875), Atlanta Braves/Boston Red Caps (1876, 1881), and Cincinnati Reds (1876–1880)/Cincinnati Reds (1880).
In 45 games played, all as a shortstop, he batting average/batted .168, had 29 hit (baseball)/hits, four double (baseball)/doubles, five run batted in/RBIs, scored 10 run (baseball)/runs, and one base on balls in 173 at bats. Two of his brothers also played in the majors: National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum/Baseball Hall of Famers Harry Wright and George Wright (sportsman)/George Wright.
Wright was born in New York City to Sam Wright Sr., a famous cricketer and Sam's second wife, Ann Tone. He died at the age of 79 in Boston, Massachusetts. He is interred at St. Patrick Cemetery in Stoneham, Massachusetts.More Sam Wright on Wikipedia.
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