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Who is Andy Allison? Biography, gossip, facts?



Andrew K. Allison (1848 - Match 21 1897) was a professional baseball player who played first base in Major League Baseball for the 1872 Brooklyn Eckfords. He was the older brother of Eckfords teammate Bill Allison.

Is Andy Allison still alive? Are there any death rumors?


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Which team(s) did Andy Allison play for?


Andy Allison played for Eckford of Brooklyn.

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Which teams did Andy Allison play for in the past?


Andy Allison played for Eckford of Brooklyn in the past.

Is Andy Allison gay or straight?


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Which position does Andy Allison play?


Andy Allison plays as a First Baseman.

When did Andy Allison retire? When did Andy Allison end the active career?


Andy Allison retired on the 21st of October 1872, which is more than 145 years ago. The date of Andy Allison's retirement fell on a Monday.

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When did Andy Allison's career start? How long ago was that?


Andy Allison's career started on the 7th of May 1872, which is more than 146 years ago. The first day of Andy Allison's career was a Tuesday.

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What is Andy Allison doing now?


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